New Chile Blog: Campaign to STOP GE Trees To Document Impacts of Tree Plantations in Chile
Santiago, Chile (20 March 2017) – I am accompanying this international delegation to Chile to photograph the people and land we travel to. Details of the Chile blog below. – OL
Slider photo of Volcan Villarrica shot from Parque Nacional Huerquehue, Chile photo: Langelle
Log truck crossing bridge in Chile photo: Langelle
About our New Chile Blog: Campaign to STOP GE Trees To Document Impacts of Tree Plantations in Chile
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More information about the fact-finding trip to Chile with the international Campaign to STOP Genetically Engineered Trees:
Members of the Steering Committee of the Campaign to STOP GE Trees from four continents will are arriving in Chile from March 20-30 to meet with environmental justice groups and Mapuche communities about the ongoing impacts of industrial tree plantations in Chile, as well as the potential for future plantations of genetically engineered trees to make these impacts much worse.
We will be reporting from Mapuche communities and documenting these impacts on this blog as frequently as we can manage.
Please stay tuned.
Coordinator, Campaign to STOP GE Trees