Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change:
From Victims to Change Agents through Decent Work [Summary]
Prepared for the Conference of the Marrakech Climate Change Conference (7-18 November 2016), the technical note looks at indigenous and tribal peoples in the context of climate change. The note highlights how climate change affects indigenous peoples, while also describing how their traditional knowledge and occupations have a unique role to play in climate action. It notes that the Decent Work Agenda can contribute to combating climate change through empowering people and communities, spurring green growth and achieving sustainable development.