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24 de Abril de 2008

Miles de delegados tratan los problemas del cambio climático en el Foro Permanente sobre Asuntos Indígenas de las Naciones Unidas

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Representantes de los 370 millones de indígenas del mundo se han reunido esta semana en las Naciones Unidas para exigir ser incluidos en futuras conversaciones sobre el cambio climático. Más de 3.000 delegados asisten a la séptima sesión del Foro Permanente sobre Asuntos Indígenas de la ONU. Hablamos con Casey Camp-Horinek, miembro de la Nación Ponca de Oklahoma.

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