Today’s Solutions: June 12, 2024

The French government is set to alter its import policies in an effort to end worldwide deforestation. The new national strategy will focus on curbing imports of unsustainable products such as soybean, palm oil, and cocoa, which are directly or indirectly tied to forest degradation. The country aims to ban all imported products that lead to widespread deforestation by 2030.

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