Carbon pricing is increasingly used by governments to reduce emissions. The effect of carbon pricing on economic outcomes as well as mitigating factors has been studied extensively since the early 1990s. One mitigating factor that has received less attention is education quality.

This report provides a cross-country assessment of poverty and socio-economic indicators for indigenous peoples. It is motivated by a recent study of indigenous peoples in Latin America, which finds high poverty rates among these groups, and little to no improvement in poverty rates over time, and a continued interest in indigenous peoples socioeconomic status worldwide.