Three Ways to Uproot a Culture of Corruption
By WANJIRA MATHAI

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Wanjira Mathai has more than 20 years of experience advocating for social and environmental change on both local and international platforms. Professor Maathai was internationally acknowledged for her struggle for democracy, human rights, and environmental conservation, She received numerous local and international awards, founded the Green Belt Movement and was the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

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Wanjira Mathai is the Chair of the Wangari Maathai Foundation, Co-chair of the World Resources Institute’s Global Restoration Council and vice president and regional director for Africa at the World Resources Institute. She has more than 20 years of experience advocating for social and environmental change on both local and international platforms. At WRI, Mathai is responsible for leading a growing portfolio of work on the continent across six global themes (forests, water, food, cities, climate and energy). The WMF’s mission is to advance the legacy of professor Wanjira Mathai by nurturing a culture of purpose and integrity that inspires courageous leadership.

TribuneThree Ways to Uproot a Culture of Corruption
By WANJIRA MATHAI

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