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The report was written by Becca Ricks and Mark Surman.
Contributing authors included: Abigail Cabunoc Mayes; Ashley Boyd; Brandi Geurkink; Cathleen Berger; David Zeber; Frederike Kaltheuner; Ilana Segall; J.Bob Alotta; Jane Polak Scowcroft; Jess Stillerman; Jofish Kaye; Kevin Zawacki; Marshall Erwin; Martin Lopatka; Mathias Vermeulen; Muriel Rovira Esteva; Owen Bennett; Rebecca Weiss; Richard Whitt; Sarah Watson; and Solana Larsen.