Servindi, November 7, 2017.- The Inter-ethnic Association of the Peruvian Forest Development (AIDESEP, in Spanish), which represents 1800 communities owning 15 million hectares, is participating in the Conference of the Parts (COP23) through bilateral meetings.
In this sense, the Peruvian organization invites to participate in this side event that will take place on Thursday 9, at 9:30 p. m., in the Indigenous Pavillion in the Bonn Zone, in Germany.
The event includes a space for dialogue with indigenous actors, governments, cooperation, environmentalists and entrepeneurs about indigenous alternatives to Climate adaptation with central action indigenous women.
They will also share alternatives about sowing and harvesting water, polycultures, recovery of traditional seeds, Full Life Plans and economies, live holistica management of forests, and other alternatives, especially the wisdom of indigenous women.
The program starts projecting a video about Adaptation Plan in Peruvian Amazon with central rol indigenous women: Cumaza experiencie.
In the event will participate Janio Sangama, a Kichwa people from FEPIKRESAM, Lizardo Cauper, a Shipibo people from ORAU, Rosalía Nunta, Awajún people from AIDESEP, peruvian Environment ministry, Thomas Brosse from Climate Alliance of European Cities, Alan Fretche from Rights Resource Initiative, and Fernanda Bertolotto from IPAM.