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Amazonian Indigenous Communities: Climate Change, Deforestation, and Gender

Please join us for a presentation by Sara Mateo on Climate Change, Deforestation and Gender among Amazonian Indigenous Communities. Tuesday Feb 7th 3201 Hart Hall, 12-1:30pm
Amazonian Indigenous Communities: Climate Change, Deforestation, and Gender

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When Feb 07, 2017
from 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM
Where 3201 Hart Hall
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Please join us for a presentation by Sara Mateo on Climate Change, Deforestation and Gender among Amazonian Indigenous Communities. 

Sara is a Geographer with many years of experience working in the Amazon of Peru, Guatemala, Ecuador, and Colombia. Sara works on projects related to indigenous communities, women and vulnerable people in tropical rain forest. She is usually in charge of the social environmental standards for REDD+ projects as well as the productive and plantations projects in tropical forests. In her last project she led the Gender Strategy for a UNDP project in the Amazon.
 
Tuesday Feb 7th

3201 Hart Hall

12-1:30

Light refreshments will be available.

Hosted by the Dept. of Native American Studies

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