We are in Montreal for COP15

ASHI is an alliance of Indigenous organizations representing 30 nationalities whose territories comprise the majority of the Amazon Sacred Headwaters bioregion. This initiative is uniquely positioned to deliver significant results, like advancing Indigenous stewardship and governance, protecting vast areas of high biodiversity rainforests, and catalyzing ecological transitions in both Peru and Ecuador.

Slide Territories Coord. for ASHI Domingo Peas Atossa Soltani Director of Global
Strategies ASHI
Tabea Cacique Member
Belén Páez Global Secretariat

World Biodiversity Summit Biodiversity Solutions for All: Towards an Inclusive Nature-Positive Future


Sunday 11 th ⎜ 12.15 p.m.

Montreal Science Centre- The Old Port of Montreal 333, de la Commune Street West, Montreal (Quebec) H2Y 2E2

Amazonia Against the Clock: Where and How to Protect 80% by 2025 

Sunday 11th ⎜ 16:45  ⎜ PHI Centre – 315 Rue Saint-Paul O, Montréal, QC H2Y 2A3

Indigenous Visions of Ecological Transition for Amazonia

Sunday 11th ⎜ 18:25  ⎜ PHI Centre – 315 Rue Saint-Paul O, Montréal, QC H2Y 2A3

STOP ECOCIDE Recognizing Ecocide, a legal frameworks to protect nature, communities and our common future


Tuesday 13  ⎜ 15.00  ⎜ Hôtel ZERO 1 1 René-Lévesque Est Montréal QC H2X 3Z

High Level Event on Financing the Global Biodiversity Framework


Thursday 15 ⎜ 15.00  ⎜ Montreal Convention Centre ⎜ Room: TBC

A vision from the future

Read the  Bioregional Plan