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GCF Prioritizes Both Environment and People in Nicaragua Project

The GCF decision on the Nicaragua project exemplifies how environmental action and social responsibility can be interwoven. Protecting rainforests is paramount, but safeguarding the rights of Indigenous communities who call them home is equally crucial. This nuanced approach sets a powerful precedent. By prioritizing both the environment and human rights, you're paving the way for a more just and sustainable future for all. It demonstrates that climate action doesn't have to come at the expense of people. Your commitment to responsible climate solutions inspires us. We understand that crafting solutions that benefit both people and the planet can be complex. But through collaboration with local communities, NGOs, and governments, we can create a future where rainforests flourish and Indigenous rights are protected.




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  • Ann Nyambura

    3 w

    It reflects a deep understanding of the complex relationship between environmental protection and human rights

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    • We Don't Have Time

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      • George Kariuki

        5 w

        Love this collaborative approach that benefits both people and the planet. This is the kind of climate action we need to see more of!

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        • walter lungayi

          5 w

          The link indicate its a warning.

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          • Munene Mugambi

            5 w

            @walter_lungayi Hello Walter, it could be a warning to Nicaragua or a climate love to the GCG for identifying these breaches and working towards resolving them even in the light of pursuing green projects.

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          • Princess

            5 w

            That's outstanding! It is a testament to their dedication to creating positive change.

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            • Edwin wangombe

              5 w

              this is commendable... it is important to protect the people and the environment

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              • Felix mokaya

                5 w

                Such a wonderful effort by GCF .It is encouraging to see that GCF is ensuring that the rights of indigenous society is protected

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                • dickson mutai

                  5 w

                  @felix_mokaya True, they are showing us the importance of integrating environmental conservation with social justice. Protecting both rainforests and indigenous communities sets a vital precedent for sustainable development

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                • Joseph Githinji

                  5 w

                  This are great efforts by GCF to protect the rights of the indeginous society in Nicaragua and also take care of the environment. This is commendable.

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                  • Chris Ndungu

                    5 w

                    Kudos to GCF for this fabulous work! Indeed they are doing the best. Ensuring the indigenous people as well as the environment are prioritize, is quite marvelous.

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                    • Richard S

                      5 w

                      Probably should be a warning to Nicaragua...

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