International Treaty to Protect and restore Mother Earth

On Earth Day during a historic action, an agreement to address climate change was ratified with 155 signatures, as a collective commitment. Indigenous peoples have been committed since the beginning of time, they carry the ancient knowledge and if they are not included in proposals and agreements, their signatures would be drawn in the air. To ratify in plain view the inclusion of their proposals as heirs of the lands they had protected for millennia, canoes on the East River waters were navigated by representatives of indigenous peoples from Indonesia (AMAN), the Amazon (COICA), Mesoamerica (AMPB), the First Nations, and the Four Worlds Foundation.

Read the treaty here.