Canopy is partnering with fashion brands, designers and their viscose suppliers to keep the world’s endangered forests out of viscose/rayon clothing. Being stylish doesn’t have to cost the earth.
Canopy’s Second Harvest Project turns leftover straw into paper, packaging and fabric products, provides new revenue for farmers, creates sustainable business solutions and takes the pressure off the earth’s forests and climate.
Home to orangutans, tigers, elephants and rhino’s, Indonesia’s rainforests are among the most biodiverse on earth and critical for stabilizing the global climate. Canopy is working to protect these magnificent rainforests and ensure a future for endangered species, communities and our climate.
The vast Boreal forests of the north filter fresh water, are home to millions of songbirds and are part of the world’s largest terrestrial carbon sink. Yet more than half of Canada’s logging takes place in the boreal.
Canopy’s work with major forest product customers continues as we strive to ensure implementation of a precedent-setting legacy for the world in the largest tract of intact coastal temperate rainforest left on earth.
A jewel of Canada’s Boreal Forests, the Broadback ecosystem was recently awarded additional protection following tremendous collaborative efforts by many parties, including Canopy. More work remains, however, to secure a healthy future.