EarthSayers.tv is the largest collection of voices speaking on behalf of Mother Earth hence its name. In this special collection we provide an introduction to the many voices advocating the rights of Mother Earth. A core element of this advocacy is embodied in a document entitled, The Universal Declaration of Rights of Mother Earth Preamble.
The preamble begins "We, the peoples and nations of Earth: considering that we are all part of Mother Earth, an indivisible, living community of interrelated and interdependent beings with a common destiny...
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Amazon Women of Ecuador at UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
Amazon Women of Ecuador at UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Published on May 19, 2016, IENearth channel on YouTube. They are: Gloria Ushigua, President of Sapara Women Association; Pya Malayo, Secretary Genration of Indigenous Group Katribu; and Alicia Cahuiya, Vice President of the Waorani Nation.
Message: Keep the oil in the ground. Includes letter to China Mission to the United Nations.
EarthSayers Alicia Cahuiya; Piya Malayo Katribu Indigenous Group; Globa Ushigua
Message from Ecuador to Chevron CEO John Watson
A Declaration from Amazonian Nationalities Michelle Thrush Presents
The Rights of Nature in Ecuador by Didier Lacaze
Community Environmental Defense Fund by Mari Margil
Rights of Nature by David Tucker of Pachamama Alliance
Forest Keepers - Guarda Bosques in Español w/English Subtitles
Declaration, Rights of Mother Earth by Maude Barlow
About the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature by Mari Margil
The Earth's Lawyer by Garz and Higgins
Apache Resistance At Oak Flat Against Arizona Copper Mine
Interconnectedness and Keeping Oil Underground by Manari Ushinga
America's Wolves At Risk by Defenders of Wildlife
Sacha Warmi Center and The Rights of Nature by Didier Lacaze
A Reading of the Universal Declaration of Mother Earth Preamble
Easy Money in the Amazon - At what cost? by Patricia Gualinga
West Papua Intervention at UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
A Farmer in Africa: Property Rights by WRI