lime. On Wednesday, March 27, 2019, the Inter-Ethnic Association for the Development of the Peruvian Jungle (AIDESEP) continued with the information session about the indigenous climate agenda, which is proposed within the framework of the Prior Consultation process of the proposed Regulation of the Framework Law on Climate Change (RLMCC). Participation was made by the vice president of AIDESEP, Richard Rubio, who commented on the importance of respect for indigenous rights and his vision of the climate crisis in this participatory process. When talking about proposal number 3 on the agenda, Richard Rubio emphasized that "the title is not the end for indigenous communities, it is a beginning."
The indigenous agenda for consulting the regulation of the Climate Change Framework Law contains the following proposals:
- Indigenous Climate Platform (PCI)
- Financing and access to National and International Climate Funds
- Minga NDC Nationally Determined Contributions (CND / NDC)
- High Level Commission on Climate Change (CANCC)
- Redd + Indígena Amazónica (RIA) / Red Andino-Costero (RAC)
- Safeguards and Mechanisms of regulation, encouragement and sanction Redd +
- Inclusion of indigenous proposals in climate management at various levels
- Protagonism of the MEF and ambiguous leadership of the MEF / MINAM
- Indigenous territorial security as an enabling condition
- Food sovereignty / Sustainable agriculture
Currently, Peru is highly vulnerable to climate change and the most affected are the indigenous peoples. Seven national indigenous organizations have come together to develop an agenda aimed at strengthening the fight against the global climate catastrophe. For this reason, they demand the urgent creation of an Indigenous Climate Fund to be able to finance effective actions against disasters and for their participation in climate management.
At the end of the day of the informative day, the strengthening of the environmental institutionality was demanded against the leadership of the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF); as well as the implementation of the gender approach as a priority in the Regulation of the Framework Law on Climate Change (RLMCC).
 According to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).