Prof. Dr. Adrián Zarrilli is a professor and Doctor of History from the National University of Quilmes, Argentina. Investigator of the National Board of Scientific and Technical Investigation, he serves as associate professor at the National University of Quilmes and La Plata. His postdoctoral studies took place at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRRJ). He has acted as professor of postgraduate programs in universities throughout Latin America and Europe. He was a founding member of the Latin American and Caribbean Society of Environmental History (SOLCHA) and acted as president between 2014-2016. He has been Fellow of the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society (Munich) in 2017 and at Princeton University in 2020. Themes of research include the Environmental History of Argentina and Latin America, History of Forestry, Rural Studies.