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Forest Stewardship Council.
In June, Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Canada celebrated the first anniversary of its new responsible forest management standard — which has received strong support from industry and NGOs alike.
The new responsible forest management standard has received strong support from
FSC partners including Chantiers Chibougamau (a 2019 FSC Leadership Award
— which has already transitioned 2.4 million hectares of forest to the new
standard; and Procter &
Gamble, which continues to
support FSC through its sourcing of FSC-certified fiber for its paper products.
Environmental organizations including Greenpeace Canada
continue to be strong supporters of FSC. Recognizing that this is no time for
“business as usual,” Greenpeace Canada supports FSC Canada’s new responsible
forest management standard, as it uniquely protects Indigenous rights, local
communities and wildlife.
to also see videos highlighting how adhering to the FSC responsible
forest-management standard has worked for Chantiers Chibougamau and P&G.
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Congratulations to FSC Canada on the one-year anniversary of this groundbreaking
responsible forest management standard!
Published Jul 27, 2020 2pm EDT / 11am PDT / 7pm BST / 8pm CEST
Maggie Abel Marketing Manager for FSC US. She helps execute and support various marketing and business development efforts including digital marketing, trademark license management, and event logistics and planning. Prior to becoming the Marketing Manager, Maggie was a Program Assistant intern and then a Program Manager at FSC US where she served as liaison to the Board of Directors, managed the the FSC US membership program, and acted as office manager. Maggie graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2018 with a BBA in Marketing and a Certificate in Digital Studies.
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