The way we wish to be part of timely, relevant and urgent actions for the protection of the Amazon rainforests and its biological and cultural diversity, socio-ecological resilience, and unique climate change functions, is by achieving a four-way change:
1) Indigenous communities in the Northwest Amazon positioned and acting as central actors of Amazonian intercultural governance; their traditional ecological knowledge valued; and their cultures valued and respected.
2) Public policies and governance systems better aligned with the social and environmental challenges and realities of the Northwest Amazon.
3) Improved decision making by strategic stakeholders from private and public sectors through an increased information and knowledge of the Amazon as key biome and an interconnected region.
4) Regional strategies for resilient ecosystem and cultural connectivites in the context of climate change, and of social and economic challenges facing the Amazon.