Indigenous Peoples Visions to Confront Climate Change

2 December 2015, by Tayjasaruta (Sarayaku) This Wednesday, December the 2nd, the delegation from Sarayaku (Ecuadorian Amazon) participated in the panel discussion titled, “Indigenous Peoples Visions to Confront Climate Change” in the Climate Generations space at the COP21. They presented before a group of more than five hundred audience members, anthropologists, and recognized scientists. Our […]

First Ever Indigenous Women’s Treaty Signed of “North and South”

September 27, 2015 (New York City, NY) Today marked a historic milestone in the movement for environmental justice and indigenous rights. Indigenous women leaders of the North and South Americas signed a first ever treaty agreement declaring solidarity in the movement to protect Mother Earth from extractive industries. “We give thanks for the guidance and […]