Supply Chains

Tracing commodities to source takes tech – and old-fashioned sleuthing

Deforestation in Mato Grosso state, Brazil, where tracing commodities could prevent ecological damage. Image: Reuters/Amanda Perobelli

Jonathan Walter

Freelance writer, World Economic Forum

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