When Josef Brinckmann talks about sustainability, he isn't just talking about waste reduction or renewable energy. While those things are important, the term for Brinckmann—vice president of sustainability at Traditional Medicinals—has a much broader meaning: It incorporates environmental, economic and cultural sustainability, for indigenous peoples and their traditions.
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