Illegal logging in Brazil poses a serious problem for businesses producing legal wood products.
Must Brazil choose between economic growth and environmental conservation? Walmart, Danone and others don't think so.
Paper makers use a staggering amount of energy, but by slashing this along with CO2 emissions, they also save jobs. Here's a case study.
With the help of $3.5 million from Disney, Conservation International has developed a REDD+ project in the dwindling Alto Mayo Protected Forest in Peru.
As illegal logging rates decline, companies and cities are stepping up to control their supply chains and use only legally sourced wood.
The sportswear company's forest restoration project has helped it to monitor natural capital and rethink business investments.
Is the forestry industry trying to scuttle LEED?
A Rainforest Alliance workshop found common threads emerging among pioneers in sustainable production and sourcing.
A portion of the profits from offset credits will fund female social and economic development programs.
Satellites help lead Nestlé to a more sustainable destination.
The tool released by World Resources Institute aims to combat illegal logging.
The company's investments in new production technologies are turning wood waste into potential revenue.
BusinessGreen Plus reveals how the company developed a sustainability strategy that has even won over Greenpeace.
Greenpeace welcomes a new “Forest Conservation Policy” as major breakthrough for the controversial company.
The climate talks could see a measured progress toward new global agreement.
Can trees really help meet a state's climate-change goals, even one as green as Oregon? Researchers may be barking up the wrong tree.
The palm oil industry, accounting for $19.8 billion of exports from Indonesia alone, faces major environmental challenges. New tools could help companies produce it more sustainably.
If the company's partnership with a tiny biotech upstart delivers on its promises, it could start sourcing and processing the material at commercial scale in the southeastern U.S.
The company's U.K. arm revises policy to exclude suppliers using wood from protected forests.
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