Forest land owned by Indigenous Peoples and local communities | Land Portal

Forest land owned by Indigenous Peoples and local communities: Forests are considered to be “owned” where communities have full legal rights to secure their claims to forests, defined in RRI’s research as areas where community tenure is unlimited in duration, they have the legal right to exclude outsiders from using their resources, and they are entitled to due process and compensation in the face of potential extinguishment by the state of some or all of their rights. RRI does not consider alienation rights to be essential for community ownership. Data are in million ha. See more at: https://rightsandresources.org/rri-tenure-tool/

NB:Total Forest Area reported for Sudan and South Sudan for 2013 and 2017 has been artificially split for calculation purposes, such that the sum of data for both countries equals the total forest area of Sudan (pre-independence) for 2008. 

For reference and additional information see Table 1 of  At a Crossroads.

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Forest land owned by Indigenous Peoples and local communities: Forests are considered to be “owned” where communities have full legal rights to secure their claims to forests, defined in RRI’s rese

Measurement unit: 
Million ha
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Measurement unit: 
Million ha
Best value is: 
High

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