023 Raw Audio From New York Climate Week

110 minutes

Today's episode is different from most: For the most part, it's just raw audio from the Climate Week that we built episode 22 on -- namely, the event where Tropical Forest Alliance 2020 unveiled its 10 keys to slashing deforestation by 2020. 

I didn't edit the audio except to adjust volume levels here and there, and I don't pontificate, proselytize, or prognosticate, except towards the end, where they cut away a video that you obviously can't see with your ears.

Here is a list of speakers:

Marco Albani, Director – TFA2020 Michael Jenkins, President & CEO – Forest Trends Charlotte Streck, Co-Founder and Director – Climate Focus Dewi Bramono, Sustainability and Stakeholder Engagement, APP Jillian Gladstone, Senior Manager, Forests, CDP Ignacio Gavilan, Director of Sustainability, Consumer Goods Forum Stephen Donofrio, Senior Advisor, Forest TrendsDharsono Hartono, CEO, Katingan ProjectAshley Allen, Climate & Land Senior Manager, Mars Inc.Simon Hall, Manager, National Wildlife FederationStina Reksten, Senior Advisor, NICFI  Katie McCoy, Ext. Relations & Knowledge Manager, Partnerships for ForestsAndrew Zollie, VP Global Impact Initiatives, Planet Nicole Pasricha, Manager, Markets Transformation, Rainforest AllianceRichard Scobey, President, World Cocoa FoundationKavita Prakash-Mani, Practice Leader, Food and Markets, WWF International

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