At this event, the strategic Indigenous Peoples International Forum on Climate Change for COP21 took place at the National Museum of Natural History. The Indigenous conclave formulated and approved a joint political declaration for COP 21, and beyond which summarizes the main demands made by the Indigenous Nations for a new Climate Change agreement. They also arrived at conclusions for the proposal of the specific redacted response that must be included in the Paris Agreement. An Abya Yala forum in their workshop regarding climate changes in MesoAmerica with active participation of Four Worlds Foundation, Panama leaders and representatives. Many sessions held under the concept of Voices for Mother Earth resulted in the recommendation that Indigenous voices should be incorporated specifically in the UN Climate Agreement.