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Brazilian conservationists develop new tool to cut illegal wood from supply chains
by Chris Arsenault
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22 December 2016
On 22 December 2016 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Companies that want to buy Brazilian timber without contributing to illegal deforestation have a new tool to help them ensure stolen wood does not appear in their supply chains -- a digital platform tracing the origins of wood, environmentalists said. The Responsible Timber Exchange created by conservation group BVRio draws on government data and satellite maps to help buyers and sellers check the origins and certifications of wood.
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