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Pulitzer Center Update April 21, 2021

In Conversation with Frances Seymour


Frances Seymour, distinguished senior fellow at the World Resources Institute (WRI), is a leading expert on issues related to global forest governance, including access to information and public participation. She is in discussion with Madeleine Ngeunga, Rainforest Investigations Network fellow, and Nora Moraga-Lewy, Rainforest Journalism Fund manager at the Pulitzer Center.

Their conversation is framed with insights about global forest and land use trends recently revealed by WRI and Global Forest Watch. Drawing upon Seymour’s experience, the three speakers explore how journalism, education, and civil society at large fit into broader efforts to end deforestation and protect communities.

This session was recorded on April 21, 2021, as part of the Pulitzer Center’s annual conference, Environment (Re)Defined. All conference session recordings will be available on our Webinars On-Demand page. 


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