Bioregional Planning


By 2030, we want the Sacred Headwaters bioregion to remain a living organism. In which nature and humans coexist in a harmonious relationship, protecting its vital resources and contributing to the reversal of global warming.

The two-year development phase will lead to four major results:


The creation of a steadfast regional alliance between indigenous nationalities, governments, and civil society outside the Amazonian territories promotes the awareness of the protection of the bioregion.


Develop in collaboration with all stakeholders, a regional economic and ecological plan based on the respectful protection of indigenous communities, and the territories that describe the Sacred Headwaters.


Establishment of initial agreements and commitments between the main social actors, bringing the world a step above in terms of sustainability through a long-term financing plan.


The avoidance of the expansion of extractive industries within the territories of the Sacred Headwaters, such as those of hydrocarbons, as well as mining and the corresponding infrastructure installed in the region.


The system that rules the world has generated:

Advance of the extractive industry.
Inequity and polarization.


The inequitable relationships between the Amazon and the world caused:

Social inequality and impoverishment.
Territorial disputes, lack of governance and planning.
Cultural and educational weakening.
Critical conditions for healthcare and sanitation.


Therefore, since 2020 we have been working to create transition pathways that support:

Inclusive well-being.
Intercultural healthcare.
Environmental awareness.
Regenerative economy.



01 Avoid the extraction of fossil fuels that are in areas of high ecological and cultural value.
02 Create new measuring systems for social, economic, and environmental well-being indicators.
03 Support economic initiatives that meet local needs, promoting new sources of income that respect nature and cultural value.

This way, by the year


The Amazonian Sacred Headwaters will be protected and restored as a living bioregion.