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New report shows concerning trend in global deforestation rates: 'The world took two steps forward, two steps back'


While there have been some positive developments in curbing rainforest destruction, the continued loss of these vital ecosystems poses a significant threat to our planet's health. New report shows ... Read More

Procter & Gamble, Mondelēz, and Nestlé Are Among 10 of the Leading Consumer Brands Driving Global Deforestation


Since the turn of the century, there has been a consistent average annual loss of 3 to 4 million hectares (7.4 to 9.9 million acres) of tropical forest ... Read More

Comment: ‘We asked companies if their supply chains were deforestation-free. This is what they told us’


Every year, companies that produce or source agricultural and forestry products field requests for disclosure regarding the sustainability of their businesses, including progress toward eliminating ... Read More

Near-term global economic outlook cautiously optimistic as vulnerabilities remain,


Near-term global economic outlook cautiously optimistic as vulnerabilities remain, Persistently high interest rates, debt sustainability challenges, continuing geopolitical tensions, and increasing ... Read More

Near-term global economic outlook cautiously optimistic as vulnerabilities remain, UN report warns


Global economic prospects have improved since January, with major economies avoiding a severe downturn, bringing down inflation without increasing unemployment, according to the World Economic ... Read More


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