Video: Representing indigenous interests at climate summit
By Juliet Eilperin
COPENHAGEN--Saturday was Indigenous Peoples' Day at the U.N.-sponsored climate talks here in Copenhagen. While native tribes have not gotten much of a hearing in the context of the international climate negotiations this week, one of their representatives -- Johnson Cerda, indigenous advisor for Conservation International's indigenous and traditional people's program -- thinks they deserve more of a voice. Here, he explains why:
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