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This is how the US - and the world - can win from reforestation 

Brazilian Mauro Quintanilla, plants seedlings at the Sitie Ecological Park, that he founded, in the Vidigal slum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2, 2015. The Park, that is a reforestation, agriculture and recycling project, was built after removing 16 tons of garbage which people had piled up above the hill, according Quintanilla. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares - GF10000115484

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Jad Daley
President and CEO, American Forests
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