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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Marcia Hirota
"If you're lost in the forest, follow the tamarin," she said. "They'll always find food."
"It's an ambitious goal, and it won't be easy," said Marcia Hirota, of the environmental group the SOS Mata Atlantica Foundation, aimed at restoring the forest. "It's a challenge, but Rio has already cut down on deforestation. With this kind of public policy, Rio can become an example for other states that are in a more critical situation."