The World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth was a global gathering of civil society and governments hosted by the Bolivia in Tiquipaya, just outside the city of Cochabamba from April 19-22, 2010. The event was attended by around 30,000 people from over 100 countries, [ citation needed ] and the proceedings were circulatedonline by OneClimate and the Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA).  The conference was viewed as a response to climate change  [ not in quote given ]in the United Nations Conference of Parties ( COP15 ) in the United States of America. 
One of the major objective  of the conference Was to Produce Proposals for New Commitments to the Kyoto Protocol and projects in the lead-up to the next UN climate negotiations scheduled During the COP16 meeting in Cancun, Mexico in December 2010.
Conference topics included  a Universal Declaration on the Rights of Mother Earth (see external links below), a World People’s Referendum on Climate Change, and the establishment of a Climate Justice Tribunal.
The World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of the Mother Earth.
- List of environmental topics
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