Entertainment giant uses influence to help protect tropical forests

October 2012
Ecos;Oct2012, Issue 176, p1
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The article presents information on a change in the paper sourcing policy of media company Walt Disney Co. to help protect tropical forests. It is reported that Rainforest Action Network is working with Disney on the policy that will reduce paper consumption and increase the use of recycled content. Rebecca Tarbotton, the executive director of Rainforest Action Network, says that the policy change will especially reduce deforestation in Indonesia.


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