Not just good on paper: how businesses and NGOs can protect rainforests

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When Tachi Kiuchi of Mitsubishi Electric signed an agreement with Randy Hayes of Rainforest Action Network (Ran) nearly 18 years ago, it was celebrated as a step forward in forest protection and an example of leveraging of NGO purpose and corporate power to create positive change. Looking back, however, the agreement was just a start.

The Guardian
Erik Wohlgemuth
Tuesday, January 14, 2014

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