Jonathon Porritt

High Carbon Stock Study Steering Committee

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Chair of the High Carbon Stock Study Steering Committee, a study lead by 50 independent scientists commissioned by a group of Asian oil palm growers, agribusiness giant Cargill and consumer goods firm Unilever

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