‘We are the guardians of vanishing ecosystems’ Indigenous leaders call for greater inclusivity as the global biodiversity framework comes under threat
When Nelson Ole Reiyia saw a new fence being constructed near his home in the Maasai Mara, he was worried. Maasai Mara, which means “spotted” landscape, with acacia and thorn bushes dotted across the open savanna, is home to the Indigenous Maasai people of Kenya. The pastoralist community depend on their animals and the land for their livelihoods. As new fences began appearing across the landscape, Reiyia sprang into action.
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