After the sometimes seemingly boundless optimism digitalisation has evoked in the fight against corruption over the last years, there is a need to pause and reflect. The session looked at the possibilities, but also at limitations, of digitalization in combating corruption in the forestry and related sectors. Practitioners deeply engaged in implementing or experimenting with digitalisation in the forestry and related sectors shared their experiences.
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