The sixth issue of the Endogenous Development Magazine has just been released by the COMPAS Network. This issue focuses on how bio-cultural community protocols help enforce the benefits of biodiversity and includes articles about the experiences of livestock keepers, traditional healers, and recognition of sacred sites. Natural Justice wrote an article entitled, “How bio-cultural community protocols can empower local communities”. At the current Working Group on Access and Benefit Sharing meeting in Montreal, Kabir Bavikatte (Natural Justice) is helping distribute printed copies of the magazine, which has been very well-received and lauded for its visual and substantive quality. The digital version can be downloaded here.