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Colombia expands protected areas by 31,000 square miles
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20 April 2018
On 20 April 2018 Yale Environment 360 reported:
Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos announced this week that the country will add 31,000 square miles of land to its protected areas and will also give indigenous communities the autonomy to govern their own territories, according to Mongabay and Thomson Reuters. Santos said the government will spend the next two weeks outlining the boundaries of the new protected land, as well as distributing land titles to indigenous groups.
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