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Julia Urrunaga

Is a native of Peru, and she lives here in Lima, where she is the Peru programs director for the Environmental Investigation Agency. She’s the author of a report that revealed more than 20 U.S. companies have imported millions of dollars in illegal wood from the Peruvian Amazon since 2008. The report is titled “The Laundering Machine: How Fraud and Corruption in Peru’s Concession System Are Destroying the Future of Its Forests.”

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