RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Environmental experts, indigenous organizations, and civil society presented the Bioregional Plan Cuencas Sagradas 2030, a proposal to protect the Amazon of Ecuador and Peru under an "ecocentric" approach.
It is an initiative developed by indigenous peoples and allied organizations operating in the Amazon territory, which contains a program with tools to meet the goals. It covers an area of 35 million hectares of forest shared by the two countries.
The objectives include consolidating good living in the Amazon, ensuring full indigenous territorial governance, halting the advance of extractive industries, eliminating forest degradation and loss, and promoting . . .
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