The documentary shows the territory of southern Chile and aims at understanding the relationship of indigenous communities with forest and water ecosystems. It addresses cultural and environmental losses that occur every day as strong impact extractive processes continue and the active role of local communities around governance for well-being.
The movie is based on the research of the collaborative network Bridging ecosystem services and territorial planning (BEST-P): a southern South American initiative (CRN 3095)
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