RLC PhD student Alejandro Mora-Motta (Bonn and Valdivia) published an article on “Tree Plantations in Chile: Towards a more sustainable model”. The article addresses Chilean pine and eucalyptus plantations and the restructuring of forestry policy from extractivism towards a more sustainable model. Mora-Motta argues that the practical and discursive elements of forestry policies offer opportunities for a new expansive phase of plantations.
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Mora-Motta, A. (2019) “Tree Plantations in Chile: Towards a more sustainable model”. In: Gestión y Ambiente, Vol. 21/2 , pp. 100-111.