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    P&G’s Leadership Has Failed Investors on Forest Protection

    In October 2020, Procter & Gamble’s shareholders overwhelmingly called on the consumer goods juggernaut to address its role in driving the loss of climate-critical forests. In the two years since, the world has shifted. The international community has further solidified primary forests as a vital pillar in the fight against climate change. Policymakers have introduced legislation to align global markets with the protection of irreplaceable forests. Standards of due diligence and consumers’ expectations for corporate sustainability have become more rigorous. And nations and communities around the world have reeled under the rising tide of climate chaos.

    P&G, meanwhile, has stayed stuck in another era.

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