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Environment

Panama’s climate struggle

Panama’s indigenous Kuna people own some of the most preserved tropical forests in Latin America, thanks to their strong land tenure rights and their traditional way of life. The Kuna have become a model for other indigenous groups, as they try to figure out their rights and their futures, in a warming planet. This story was supported by Mongabay’s Special Reporting Initative Fellowship.