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Resource ID: #20947
Subject: Environment
Source: Washington Post
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Date: May 4-6, Dec 21 2003

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This investigation details a string of startling practices at The Nature Conservancy, the world's largest environmental group. The Conservancy's advisory board included senior officials from corporations that were heavy polluters and which had paid millions in environmental fines. Even worse, the Conservancy repeatedly bought scenic properties and resold them to its trustees at greatly reduced prices.

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