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WWF takes a solutions-oriented, integrated and local-to-global approach that seeks synergies with relevant stakeholders to influence drivers of deforestation and forest degradation. Our vision is of a world enriched by extensive, resilient forest landscapes benefiting biodiversity, people and climate.
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