How 3 cities can turn downed trees into revenue

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New York City can turn wood waste into revenue. Image: Alfred Schrock/Unsplash

Marisa Repka
Co-founder, CFO, Cambium Carbon
James Anderson
Communications Manager, Forests Program, World Resources Institute
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