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We are grateful for helpful feedback provided by the participants of the Brown Bag Seminar at Universidad del Pacifico and the researchers of the postgraduate program of Sustainable Development and Social Inequalities in the Andean Region (trAndeS) affiliated with the Freie Universitat Berlin and Pontificia Universidad Católica del Peru for their valuable comments during the conduction of this research. We especially thank the associations CAC Pangoa and Kemito Ene, Central Ashaninka del Rio Ene (CARE), and all the associate producers who participated in the survey. Thanks also to Arlynder Gaspar, for his valuable contribution in the translation of Nomatsiguenga and Ashaninka languages during the fieldwork.
This article is funded by the 2020 Fund of the Vice-Rector's Office for Research of Universidad del Pacifico.