Palm oil industry struggles to build trust in rights pledges

By Megan Rowling | Tue, 22 Apr 2014 13:15 PM
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LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - James Mulbah knows how forests work. After fleeing Liberia's civil war, aged seven, he and his family lived as refugees in a forest village in Guinea for the next eight years, reliant on the environment for food, medicine and fuel. The trained sociologist is now putting that knowledge to good use in his native country.

Mulbah is part of the community affairs team at ...

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