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Climate change: Protecting the rainforest through your shopping basket
by Roger Harrabin, BBC environment analyst
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11 November 2020
On 11 November 2020 BBC News reported:
New laws should help prevent consumers from buying food grown on rainforest land that has been illegally logged. UK firms will be banned from selling commodities if their production breaches local laws protecting forests and other natural areas. The change will be included in a new Environment Bill that MPs will discuss. The aim is to stop British consumers playing an inadvertent role in an environmental crime through the goods in their supermarket basket.
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