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June 11, 2024

Um Só Planeta

Indigenous Peoples Must Be Rewarded for Combating Climate Change, Says Peter Seligmann, Founder of Nia Tero.

In this interview with the Brazilian news outlet Um Só Planeta, Nia Tero's CEO, Peter Seligmann, talks about the organization's founding and the importance of direct financing for Indigenous Peoples.


May 29, 2024


Indigenous Peoples Are the World’s Best Conservationists. Climate Funders Must Recognize That

Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim writes about how Indigenous Peoples are the most effective stewards of their forests, and the impact of climate funders providing direct funding to Indigenous Peoples’ organizations - citing Nia Tero as a clear example of an organization effectively doing this.


May 21, 2024

PR Newswire

New Film "Indai, Apai, Darah" (Mother, Father, Blood) to Make World Premiere at 2024 Mountainfilm Festival

A young girl growing up in the Indigenous-held forests of central Borneo follows ancient connections to earn the gift of a story – her People's 1973 fight to preserve their lands amid rampant deforestation.


May 10, 2024

Solutions Insights Lab

Interview with David Rothschild and ‘Aulani Wilhelm (Nia Tero)

David Rothschild and ‘Aulani Wilhelm spoke with Jessica Kantor of Solutions Insights Lab about Indigenous guardianship, social innovation, and Nia Tero’s work supporting Indigenous Peoples around the world.


March 26, 2024

Stanford University News

‘Win-win solutions’ in the Pacific can balance environmental conservation with human development

Representatives from the Pacific region gathered on the Stanford campus to champion the Pacific Ocean and the Peoples who call its shores home. ‘Aulani Wilhelm, Nia Tero’s Chief Strategy and External Relations Officer, shared about the significance of Indigenous guardianship.

View of a colorful starry sky from the shore


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