Recognizing that we are the children and not the owners of Mother Earth, and reasserting the principle of community, understood as unity among all living things, we declare:

• To achieve harmony with nature, we must put into practice the principles of reciprocity, complementarity, mutual respect for the sovereignty of our nations, justice, equality, and respect for cultural diversity.

• To achieve harmony with nature it is necessary to respect and ensure respect for the cycles of Mother Earth and the cosmos; and respect people’s socio-economic and cultural systems in which common respect prevails. This harmony will be achieved through sensibility, creativity, and conscience.

• To achieve harmony with nature and to help restore the equilibrium of Mother Earth, it is necessary to overturn anthropocentric paradigms, eradicating the capitalist model in order to create a world without imperialism, colonialism, and consumerism.

• To achieve harmony among human beings, Mother Earth, and the cosmos, we recognize that each has equal rights that must be mutually balanced.

• Harmony with nature is not possible unless equity without exclusion and relations without hierarchies exist among all living beings who reside on Mother Earth.

• Recognizing the existence of basic services and Common Resources (atmosphere, water, biodiversity, knowledge, wisdom) within Mother Earth and the Universe; they should be respected, negotiated and handled in an appropriate way, without being commodified, in order for all to benefit in a balanced and fair manner.   

• We respect and to give value to human beings for who they are, not what they have; respecting similarities, differences and cultural diversity. 

• We revive the value of ancestral agricultural systems and technologies based upon common wisdom, respecting the cycles of nature and the cosmos; recovering traditional practices to Live Well. 

• We recognize the diversity of all the ancestral indigenous people as a wealth and strength to recover  Harmony with Nature. 

• We demand that governments legally recognize the responsibility of the people of the world to care for Mother Earth within their corresponding territories. 

• Mother Earth gives life, sustaining us and all living things, satisfying our needs, guaranteeing food sovereignty and security.  We should not abuse her kindness, nor should we consider her as a resource to exploit or commodify, because she is part of our life.