Green / Blue: From Glaciers to Oceans. Stories of Biodiversity from the South of Chile
This book brings together different views to speak from the simplest to the most complex relationships of life in the territory and encourages a view that connects ecosystems to think about their conservation. It includes illustrations by eight illustrators (the Chileans Tomás Olivos, Sebastián Ilabaca, Daniela William and Matías Prado, along with the Nordics Katrine Clante, Linda Bondestam, Bjorn Rune Lie and Siri, Ahmed Backström) and texts that explore the formation of the earth, the connections of trees and waters through fungi, plants and epiphytes, stories of glaciers, forests, wetlands, marine currents, as well as personal texts by: Alejandra Carimán on the relationship of respect with the territory of the Mapuche people; Iván Díaz reflects on the longevity of trees; Giuliana Furci on the incredible fungi kingdom, and the Danish illustrator Katrine Clante narrates her life according to her relationship with water and forests. Available in bookstores throughout Chile. Soon to be available in its english version.