Rio+20: Smaller communities' voices must be heard in Rio

Rio+20: Smaller communities’ voices must be heard in Rio

Rio+20: Johnson Cerda (14/06/12) from the Indigenous and Traditional Peoples Program speaks of his work with Conservation International and the importance of smaller communities inclusion in the battle against climate change.

Johnson Cerda works closely with indigenous communities in Peru communicating the government’s plans to end climate change. He speaks of the significance of smaller communities traditional views being heard by the bigger parties.