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This woman is striving to affect a 'Paris moment' for nature

Global wildlife populations have plummeted by 69% on average since 1970. Image: REUTERS/Maja Smiejkowska

Terry Slavin

Editor in Chief , Thomson Reuters

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A female orangutan and her two young in Central Kalimantan province, Indonesia. Deforestation is the primary threat to the orangutan.
Deforestation is the primary threat to the orangutan. Image: REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
Artisanal miners work at a copper-cobalt mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Artisanal miners work at a copper-cobalt mine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Image: REUTERS/Kenny Katombe
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