Life & Climate Change in Guna Yala: Between the Forest & the Seas – Part I

As the sun rises, clouds and mist begin to clear over some of the tree-covered mountains in the mainland forest in Kuna Yala. Panama’s indigenous Kuna have managed their forests communally and utilized them sustainably for several hundred years, and today possess some of the best preserved old growth forests in all of Central America. Special Reporting Initiative Fellow Bear Guerra presents a multimedia presentation about the Kuna’s efforts to protect their culture & traditions. See the full video here.