Indigenous peoples are key to protecting wildlife and rural livelihoods
M. Boulton / FAO
3 March 2017, Rome--- On the occasion of International World Wildlife Day today, the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization has just released its latest quarterly forestry report. In the report the food agency is highlighting the need to involve indigenous and local communities in wildlife conservation… As well its stance on the slightly more controversial issue of trophy hunting.

Sheila Wertz-Kanounnikoff, Senior Forestry Officer with FAO’s Forestry Division, explains further on the issues highlighted in the report. (Interview conducted by Sandra Ferrari)
5min. 52sec.
Topic(s): Animals & livestock, Biodiversity, Environment/Natural resources, Forestry, Interview
Produced by: FAO
Reference: 12064