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Heinz Partners with WestRock to Remove 550 Tonnes of Plastic Packaging from Multipacks in UK Supermarkets as Part of £25 Million Investment

Heinz has announced today that it is continuing its mission to remove plastic from supermarket shelves with the UK roll-out of the Heinz Eco-Friendly Sleeve Multipack, a new, convenient, super skinny paperboard sleeve for all its multipack canned products.

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Monadnock Paper Mills is Proud to #StandForForests

At Monadnock Paper Mills we are serious about supporting our world's forests. That is why all Monadnock printing and packaging papers meet Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) standards and bear the FSC logo. Technical/specialty paper grades may be manufactured to FSC standards upon request.

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P&G Accelerates Action on Climate Change Toward Net Zero GHG Emissions by 2040

Procter & Gamble is announcing a comprehensive plan to accelerate action related to climate change. P&G has also set a new ambition to achieve net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across its operations and supply chain, from raw material to retailer, by 2040 as well as interim 2030 goals to make meaningful progress this decade.

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Suzano Joins Global Initiatives to Drive Decarbonization of the World Economy

Suzano, the world's leading eucalyptus pulp and paper producer and a global benchmark in the manufacture of bioproducts developed from eucalyptus, has joined the 'Business Ambition for 1.5°C' campaign and the 'Science Based Target Initiative' (SBTi), a movement that seeks to promote the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and resulting transition to a low-carbon economy.

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UPM Energy invests in an innovative ultracapacitor power system to enable more renewable energy within the electrical grid

UPM Energy is investing in an ultracapacitor at its Ontojoki hydropower plants, in Kuhmo, Finland.

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"Renew the Forest" Partnership to Plant 60,000+ Trees and Donate 20 Benches Made from Recycled Hair Care Packaging to Nature Preserves

Herbal Essences and international recycling leader, TerraCycle, announce the latest impact of their longtime national recycling program: The installment of 20 benches made from recycled hair care packaging, in three nature preserves maintained by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and the planting of over 60,000 trees throughout the United States.

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Canfor Donates $100,000 to Canadian Red Cross to Support British Columbia Fire Relief

The 2021 forest fire season has impacted tens of thousands of British Columbians in communities across the province. The donation will be used to support immediate relief efforts for families and help with long-term recovery and preparedness for future events.

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Cascades' GHG reduction targets have been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative

Cascades is pleased to announce that the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has approved its greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction targets.

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NFWF Announces $5.3 Million in Grants to Restore and Improve Longleaf Pine Habitat and Wildlife, Marking Decade of Partnership Investment in Ecosystem

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) announced $5.3 million in grants to restore, enhance and protect longleaf pine forests in nine southern states. The grants will leverage $6.9 million in matching contributions for a total conservation impact of $12.2 million.

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Rayonier Releases 2020 Sustainability Report and Updated Carbon Report

Rayonier Inc. has released its 2020 Sustainability Report, which highlights actions the Company is taking to enhance the long-term well-being of its investors, employees, communities, and other stakeholders. This report illustrates Rayonier's commitment to transparency around Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors and how they are incorporated into its strategic and operational decision-making.

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Sappi officials 'cautiously optimistic' about Maine governor's pledge to keep Skowhegan mill open amid dam review

Officials at the Sappi Somerset Mill said Monday that although Gov. Janet Mills has assured them the mill will not close in response to issues with relicensing the Shawmut Dam, they are still concerned about the future.

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Sonoco Releases Corporate Responsibility Report

Sonoco released its 2020-21 Corporate Responsibility Report, highlighting the Company's new 2030 commitments to reduce energy usage, greenhouse gas emissions, water usage and wastes along with ongoing efforts to achieve greater packaging sustainability and recycling.

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DS Smith Hits Key Sustainability Milestones

Sustainable packaging leader DS Smith's paper mill in southeast Georgia has earned top honors as an industry leader in energy efficiency.

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DS Smith Paper Mill in Georgia Saluted for Its Environmental Stewardship, the First U.S. Facility Certified by Industry Group for Energy Efficiency

Sustainable packaging leader DS Smith's paper mill in southeast Georgia has earned top honors as an industry leader in energy efficiency.

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DS Smith partners with One Tree Planted to plant more than 50,000 trees over next five years

DS Smith is partnering with One Tree Planted to plant more than 50,000 new trees across Europe and North America over the next five years.

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Kimberly-Clark Earns Top Project of the Year Award From Environment + Energy Leader for Maverick Creek Wind Farm

Kimberly-Clark's energy project at Maverick Creek, a 50,000-acre wind farm in Eden, Texas owned and operated by Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp., received the Top Project of the Year Award in the elite Environment + Energy Leader Awards program. The win is an indication the program's expert judges consider Kimberly-Clark's Maverick Creek project a top example of the exemplary work being done today in the fields of energy and environmental management.

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Leaders oppose government funding for Northern Pulp

Nova Scotia's three main political party leaders might not agree on much, but there's one issue on which they share the same view: if the owners of the Northern Pulp mill in Pictou County get approval to reopen the beleaguered site, they should not count on financial assistance from the next provincial government.

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Lenzing invests in state-of-the-art wastewater treatment at Grimsby site

The Lenzing Group, a world-leading provider of wood-based specialty fibers for the textile and nonwoven industries, is investing GBP 20 mn (equal to EUR 23.3 mn) to build a new, state-of-the-art wastewater treatment plant at its site in Grimsby, United Kingdom.

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PotlatchDeltic Announces Temporary Closure of Public Access in Idaho

Due to severe fire danger in the region, effective immediately and until further notice, all public use of PotlatchDeltic privately-owned timberlands for recreation is suspended. The extreme fire season and continued dry conditions in Idaho are stressing available firefighting resources and risking public safety, property, and impacting wildlife.

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A Decade of Progress: International Paper Shares Final Results of Its 2020 Sustainability Goals

International Paper has released its 2020 Global Citizenship Report. One of the world's leading producers of fiber-based packaging, pulp and paper, the company shares the final progress it made against its 2020 goals and outlines its approach to sustainability across its value chain.

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Essity commits to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050

Hygiene and health company Essity presents new and updated sustainability targets including a commitment to develop targets to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 at the latest. This includes raising the ambition level of Essity's current Science Based Targets. Other updated targets include sustainable innovations, occupational safety and responsible sourcing.

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Lecta Publishes it 2020 Environmental Report

Lecta has published its new 2020 Environmental Report, highlighting actions and improvements carried out over the last two years. As a responsible company firmly committed to sustainability, minimizing our environmental footprint is one of our main objectives.

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Mondi and IUFRO partner to identify science-based solutions to tackle the impact of climate change on forests

Mondi Group, a global leading global packaging and paper company and the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO), announce a three-year partnership to identify science-based viable responses to climate-related threats to forests and forest-based industries.

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Proposed Verso permit would allow some air pollutants to rise

State environmental officials are accepting public comment until July 27 on an application that allows for a modest increase in pulp production at Verso's mill in Quinnesec, while allowing the maximum release of some air pollutants to rise by hundreds of tons per year, including a doubling of particulate matter.

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Sappi partners with EcoVadis to reinforce a sustainable supply chain

Sappi Limited, a leading global provider of powerful everyday materials made from woodfibre-based renewable resources today announces its partnership with EcoVadis, a global leader in third-party evaluations of business sustainability performance. The two companies will collaborate to assess the sustainability performance of Sappi's suppliers through proactive ratings and evaluations using EcoVadis' methodology.

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