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When Forests Disappear: Investigating Power & Global Supply Chains

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April 22, 2021 | 9:00 AM EDT TO 10:30 AM EDT
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Text: When Forests Disappear: Investigating Power and Global Supply Chains. Featuring Annika McGinnis, Bram Ebus, Jessica Brice, and Wahyu Dhyatmika. April 22, 2021. 9:00 AM EDT. Envrionment (Re)Defined. 2021 Pulitzer Center Conference.

Massive forest fires burn down tropical rainforests in Southeast Asia. Land grabbing in the Nile threatens water access to Africans. Extractive industries are undermining the biodiversity of the Guiana Shield. Who are the forces behind all this? Find out how investigative journalists from Southeast Asia, Africa, and Latin America uncovered the powers behind deforestation, land grabbing, and water contamination in this panel discussion on Thursday, April 22 at 9:00am EDT.

Featuring:

  • Annika McGinnis, co-founder and director, InfoNile.org
  • Bram Ebus, Amazon Rainforest Journalism Fund grantee
  • Jessica Brice, senior editor for Latin America, Bloomberg News and Pulitzer Center Rainforest Investigations Fellow
  • Wahyu Dhyatmika, editor-in-chief, Tempo
  • Gustavo Faleiros (moderator), Pulitzer Center Environment Investigations editor

This session is part of the 2021 Pulitzer Center Conference Environment (Re)Defined. A full list of the conference events can be found here. To sign up for this panel individually, click here.

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