The trend toward corporate transparency and sustainability leadership is taking hold around the globe and across sectors in response to ever escalating customer and consumer demand. Transparent reporting and sustainability leadership are at the heart of Canopy’s Blueline ranking of North American printers across a robust series of sustainability indicators.
Just over one year ago, Canopy witnessed the official announcement of the completion of the precedent-setting Great Bear Rainforest Agreements. The Agreements were the outcome of two decades of conflict, compromise, negotiation, persistence and American paper and forest product customer engagement.
It’s that time of year when we’re all hearing lots of talk about New Year’s resolutions. Whether we keep these resolutions and fulfill our commitments or find them more challenging than expected, it is still a good idea to assess our habits, decisions and practices, and ask how we can bring about the most positive and widespread benefit to our world. We all want our legacy to tip the scales to the good.
"The light! The light is incredible!" Words uttered in awe by a senior printing company executive as we walked with him into the depths of the ancient temperate rainforest on Canada’s west coast. The subtle beauty of this natural forest cathedral generates a state of wonder.
Out of the 50 largest print buyers in North America, 48 have set goals or commitments around paper use.
We often hear reports that there are more trees in North America today than there were 100 years ago.