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Transparency and Accountability, Tree by Tree: Peru

EIA has created a briefing to provide an overview of Peru's Agency for Supervision of Forest Resources and Wildlife (OSINFOR), an autonomous government entity with sanctioning powers that has conducted thousands of field inspections of logging operations since 2009. OSINFOR's contribution to increasing forest oversight and supply chain transparency offers a unique model with lessons relevant to other countries for improving governance in a complex, troubled sector.

Access the full briefing here.

To read this briefing in Spanish, click here.

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