Executive Director of the COFÁN SURVIVAL FUND (CFS), Randy Borman, give his 2011 TED talk.
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About Randy Borman
“Gringo Chief” and “Rainforest Man” are just a few of the nicknames given to Executive Director and Chief Randy Borman. Below are a few articles that have been published about his life and the work he has been doing with CFS.
Washington Post: “Gringo chief’ Randy Borman helps Ecuador’s Cofan Indians survive, thrive” – Juan Forero
LA Times: “RAIN FOREST MAN : Randy Borman, Chief of the Cofan Indians, Rejected the Modern World for the Jungle and the Hope of Saving His People.” – Jack Epstein