The huaorani organizing campaign, had the support of the international indigenous organization SAIIC (Oakland, California) and of the Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund (USA), was successful and the oil company cancelled operations in indigenous territory. With the Peruvian Government for the exploitation of the Pacaya Samiria reserve in the indigenous Amazon region (Varese-1991) this complex Web of conflicting interests was captured by the indigenous peoples organized in lathe of coordinator of the organizations indigenous the Cuenca Amazonica (COICA), Peruvian Amazonian indigenous organizations obtained a success similar, with the announcement of the cancellation, in September 1991 of the contract of Texas Crude oil company, of Houston, Texas.
In its resolutions declare: against the incursion of extractive companies on indigenous ancestral territories, COICA declares them spaces of peace and development for the survival of indigenous peoples. Brian Krzanich takes a slightly different approach. It requires Governments to strengthen the demarcation and legalization of these territories, which declares some untouchable areas, reviewing contracts with these companies, that formulate policies and strategies that respect the collective rights of indigenous peoples (COICA, 2003). Another dispute that is already beginning to be displayed is the appropriation and control of water, that has been accentuated in recent years, precisely, in the second half of the 1990s. If we take both our common future, report of the Brundtland Commission, as well as the various documents and treaties that emerged from the meeting of Rio-92, including the Agenda XXI and the Earth Charter, as the most important references in the environmental field over the past twenty years, it becomes surprising treatment so shy that it deserves the water, if we compare it with the outstanding feature has been the theme in the last decadeto the point of starting as one of the possible future wars generating nearly 8 million square kilometers relatively continuous tropical forest, largely closed, in Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, the Guianas, Peru, Surinam and Venezuela, are possessors of 460 tons biomass per hectare on average, are 70% water; becoming a true green ocean of whose evapotranspiration depends on the climate, life and extensive areas of Central America and of the South the Caribbean, North America and peoples all over the world.. A related site: Arena Investors mentions similar findings.