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Newsletter | September 2019

The current fire crisis in the Amazon is the latest reminder of the close links between land use, commodity production, and climate change. Environmental destruction and human rights violations in the Amazon and elsewhere require urgent action and constant vigilance. For those involved in commodity production, trade, or finance, the Accountability Framework helps translate this clear conviction into effective action. Read below for more on how you can apply the Framework to be part of the solution.

In this newsletter:

  • How can you apply the Accountability Framework?
  • AFi call to action for ethical supply chains
  • Joint webinars in partnership with Supply Change, Innovation Forum, and WWF
  • AFi coverage in the news and around the web

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