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A new law agreed by the European Union will require importers to prove their goods are not linked to deforestation. Palm oil, cattle, soy, coffee, cocoa, timber and rubber are all covered by the legislation, as well as their derivatives, such as beef and furniture.

Forest 500 has created a ranking of the most influential businesses and financial institutions involved in 'the deforestation economy'. Each has a score based on how well they implement improved working practices. This, in turn, helps inform other stakeholders and holds these companies to account.

#FollowTheFrog to recognise and choose food and forest-based products that meet the Rainforest Alliance's rigorous standards. For decades, it has worked with farmers, scientists, governments and businesses to certify products that protect forests and the communities that depend on them.

💛 Robbie shared a story about Octopus Energy's thoughtful and compassionate customer service over on LinkedIn this week. It got a lot of interest and highlighted the power businesses have to change the world for better (and get serious kudos for doing so). If your business is interested in doing the same, then take a look at how we can help

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Daianna & Robbie

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