Tenure-secure indigenous and community lands can generate significant social, economic, and environmental benefits for local populations and society. Many advocates have also argued that land rights are basic human rights. WRI’s Land and Resource Rights (LRR) project is examining the case for protecting indigenous and community land rights. Is there an environmental argument for securing community land rights? Is there an economic and financial argument for making such investments? Is securing community land tenure a cost effective approach to climate change mitigation or other society goals? The following WRI reports, videos, blogs, and other material capture the findings and recommendations from this LRR research.