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Making A Difference: Businessweek Features Great Forest Founder’s Global Pollution Cleanup Efforts

“Fuller and Pure Earth (Blacksmith) have amassed an impressive record of success…” — Businessweek, Sept. 2014

Ukraine picGreat Forest founder Richard Fuller spoke with Businessweek recently about his work addressing global toxic pollution with our sister nonprofit Blacksmith Institute/Pure Earth.

The article also chronicled one of Blacksmith’s most dangerous cleanup projects at a former soviet arms site sitting on top of a forgotten “bomb” (see related post).

Great Forest is a proud supporter of Blacksmith Institute for a Pure Earth. While we work to get businesses to be more sustainable in the U.S., we are also passionate about helping to spotlight pollution and supporting the cleanup of life-threatening toxic pollution in poor countries.

Congratulations Blacksmith/Pure Earth.

Great Forest is a proud supporter of Blacksmith Institute for a Pure Earth, a nonprofit that works to clean up some of the world’s worst polluted communities, where children are poisoned everyday. Each month we feature a story about Making A Difference.

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