ForestEthics vs. SFI - The Battle Goes On
The six of us who serve on the Environmental Chamber of the SFI Board have dedicated our lives to conservation. We would not be on the SFI Board if we did not believe it is a credible forest certification program, which we are able to advise and guide through our combined and diverse conservation expertise.
George H. Finney, President, Bird Studies Canada
Thomas M. Franklin, Senior Director of Science and Policy, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
John M. Hagan, Ph.D., President, Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences
Roger Sedjo, Senior Fellow, Resources for the Future
Lawrence A. Selzer, President and CEO, The Conservation Fund
Mike Zagata, Ph.D President and CEO, Ruffed Grouse Society
Is this a simple contretemps or a case of intentional greenwashing? Read the ForestEthics report and decide for yourself. In the meantime, click on the attached image for a larger version, and work your way through web of connections and relationships in ForestEthics’ “SFI Map of Influence.”
• Define their sustainability strategies,
• Deliver a positive, sustainable image,
• Gain credibility, trust and respect, and
• Measure the results of their green initiatives and actions.
Gail is a nationally recognized speaker on a wide range of subjects and brings enthusiasm and a unique blend of experience to the podium. As an industry analyst and journalist contributing to publications in the United States, Canada, India and Brazil, she has covered a number of beats, particularly sustainability in printing and mailing, print on demand, variable data printing and direct mail.