Climate Breakthroughs 2021

Ensuring supply chains are deforestation-free is still a priority. This is why

Ensuring that supply chains are protective of forests is a clear route to achieving sustainability goals. Image: Unsplash

Jeff Milder

Director of Global Programs, Rainforest Alliance

Leah Samberg

Senior Scientist, Rainforest Alliance

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Sources of greenhouse gas emissions from soy exported from Brazil. For soy sourced from areas with significant deforestation or conversion, the total emissions footprint and the emissions share from land conversion are significantly higher. Image: Data from Escobar et al. 2020.

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