Indigenous group voices concern at biodiversity summit

A United Nations-backed conference on biodiversity has finished with a historic 10-year plan to save the world’s natural resources.

The week-long meeting in Nagoya in Japan has focused on how to curb the loss of animal and plant life on Earth.

The Convention on Biodiversity or CBD conference has given the opportunity for many interest groups to express their opinions on biodiversity.



indigenous peoples

indigenous peoples

The Saami group of indigenous people from Norway was among the participants represented at the conference.

UN Radio’s Jerome Longue asked Gunn-Britt Retter from the Saami Council, how the CBD had dealt with the issue of indigenous people and biodiversity.

In cue:  When we see that decisions…
Out cue:  …if they can get some more.







Duration: 2’27″

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