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To help build a diverse and resilient Global Alliance for a World Water Law, respected leaders and public figures from diverse sectors are invited to become Ambassadors for a World Water Law and to join "Tributary Alliances" in their respective field of expertise, such as Educators for a World Water Law, Health Practitioners for a World Water Law, Youth, Ecologists, Women, Activists, Lawyers, Farmers, etc. 

To help guide and hold a field of integrity around the World Water Law as it ripples across the world, the first tributary alliance to form is a Global Circle of Indigenous Wisdom Keepers. The Global Alliance for a World Water Law works to re-align human laws with the Original Laws of Nature, and thus recognizes and honors all Original Peoples as protectors and stewards of Mother Earth. Therefore, to implement the World Water Law we prioritize the protection and restoration of Indigenous Communities, Lands and Wisdom. The Global Circle of Indigenous Wisdom Keepers will .


Initial Intentions for Tributary Alliances
  1. Each tributary will issue a Declaration outlining how their field can benefit from and contribute to the World Water Law as a whole-system healing pathway for rapid social and ecological regeneration.

  2. All tributaries will issue a combined Declaration of Support for the World Water Law to highlight how Water impacts every sector of human affairs and wellbeing, and to show how Water and the World Water Law carry the innate capacity to unite all sectors for a common vision and purpose.

  3. To support each sector to continue to grow, diversify and develop initiatives that interweave and support other sectors.

We are deeply grateful to all Water stewards from around the world who have stepped forward to support the proposals for the World Water Law and World Water Year 2021. Each of these Ambassadors brings a wealth of experience and deep devotion to the healing of our planetary Waters.


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