We are in Climate Week New York 2023

ASHA is an alliance of Indigenous organizations representing more than 30 nationalities whose territories comprise the majority of the Amazon Sacred Headwaters bioregion. This alliance 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 Domingo Peas President of CORPI -SL &
Member of ASHA'S Board of Directors
Achuar leader & Board President of the ASHA President of AIDESEP &
Member of ASHA'S Board of Directors
Jorge Pérez General Coordinator of COICA
Elaine Shawit Fanny Kuiru Atossa Soltani Director of Global
Strategy ASHA
Olivia Bisa Tirko President of the Chapra Nation
& ASHA'S Member of Board of Directors
Belén Páez President of Fundación Pachamama &
Member of ASHA'S Board of Directors
Kasak Milton Callera Climate Change and Biodiversity
Coordinator of COICA
Gregorio Díaz Mirabal PresIdent of COBNAEP
AGENDA

23 Global Futures Action Summit with Johann Rockstrom & Mary Robinson

Tuesday 19  ⎜ 9.45 a.m.

Javitts Center, 429 11th Ave

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Amazonia The Hearth of mother Earth: Protecting Indigenous Lands and Recognizing Ecocide

Wednesday 20 ⎜ 19.00

 510 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn

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World Biodiversity Summit

Thursday 21 ⎜ 17.00

  SECOND NYC, 849 6th Avenue

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No time to spare: Averting fossil fuel expansion in Earth’s most bioculturally diverse ecosystems

Thursday 21  ⎜ 16.00

 109 W 39th st

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What are mechanisms to support Indigenous Peoples to oversee direct funding

Friday 22 ⎜ 14.30

 The Shed, 15 Hudson Yards, West 30th

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A vision from the future

Read the  Bioregional Plan