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you check the source of your imported Ugandan coffee? And avoid products made with palm oil because you know what that means for orang-utan habitat in Borneo? Tracing the impact of your purchases is tricky, particularly when so many products are integral to our daily lives and the components of trace the products you buy to their impact on threatened species in other countries. The idea is to connect consumers with the actual impact their purchases have on conservation, so that we can take smarter steps to protect biodiversity.

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