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International Paper and WWF Join Forces to Help Create First-Ever Science-Based Targets for Forests and Scale-Up Forest Restoration in Brazil
Jun 18, 2018

A& nbsp;new collaboration between WWF and International Paper (IP)& mdash;a participant in WWF& rsquo;s& nbsp;Global Forest & Trade Network program and one of the world& rsquo;s largest packaging, pulp and paper companies& mdash;research and assessments will help determine how much forest land& mdash;and what quality& mdash;is needed to ensure forests can continue to provide people, plants and animals worldwide with the clean air and water, food and other & ldquo;services& rdquo; they need to thrive.



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