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Red MOCAF: Mexican senate approves legal reforms, strengthening forest communities' rights to forest carbon
A press release by the Mexican Network of Peasant Forestry Organizations (Red MOCAF) explains that the new policy reforms, approved on April 24, strengthen the rights of farming cooperatives, indigenous communities and small landholders, especially regarding rights to forest carbon. The reforms also recognize the communities' sustainable maintenance of forest resources.
The press release is available in Spanish.
A report from the Mexican Senate Chamber Committee on the Environment, Natural Resources and Fisheries is also available in Spanish.
Posted By Angela Strader at 2:11pm on May 08, 2012
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