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A forest of evidence: third-party certification and multiple forms of proof - A case study on oil palm plantations in Indonesia

Bibliographic reference Silva Castaneda, Laura. A forest of evidence: third-party certification and multiple forms of proof - A case study on oil palm plantations in Indonesia. In: Agriculture and Human Values, Vol. 29, no. 3, p. 361-370
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