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Te Urewera: New Zealand's 'living' rainforest
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29 September 2021
On 29 September 2021 BBC reported:
In a world-first law, one of the world's most remote rainforests has been passed back to its Indigenous owners and granted the same legal status as people. Ever since 2014, many of the roughly 7,000 Tuhoe people who live near Te Urewera's river valleys have been encouraging visitors to connect with their sacred land on a more meaningful level.
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