Canopy Launches Partnership with Circular Economy Producer CRAiLAR

A Step Closer to Fashion that is Free of Ancient and Endangered Forests   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Vancouver – May 11th, 2017: Canopy is pleased to announce today that innovative natural fiber producer, CRAiLAR Fiber Technologies International Inc., has a launched a leading-edge policy. CRAiLAR is one of a growing number of solutions technology enterprises in … Continued

Canopy’s Ecopaper Database – The “Holy Grail” of Directories for North America’s Best Environmental Papers

Canopy launches expanded go-to resource for print customers with sustainability preferences   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Vancouver, May 9, 2017 – As a growing number of manufacturers seek to meet the growing market for environmental papers and packaging, Canopy launched its updated Ecopaper Database today. The much-anticipated 2017 iteration of this online resource features more than … Continued

CanopyStyle reaches 100 brands!

  Announcing The CanopyStyle 100 100 Global Fashion Brands Now Committed to Protecting The World’s Forests   Vancouver, Christchurch, Los Angeles, Ottawa and New York – April 11, 2017 Today, award winning environmental not-for-profit Canopy announced that CanopyStyle, which focuses on the elimination of ancient and endangered forests from the production of rayon and viscose … Continued

The Broadback Forest Goes Global at Skoll World Forum

Broadback Forest Conservation Solution Profiled at Prestigious Skoll World Forum Waswanipi Cree Deputy Chief joins Canopy to shine light on Boreal landscape of hope  April 6, 2017: Oxford, UK – Waswanipi Cree Deputy Chief Mandy Gull and Nicole Rycroft, Executive Director of award winning not-for-profit Canopy, will be using their appearance at the Skoll World Forum in the UK to build … Continued

RACKED.COM: What is ‘Rainforest-Free’ Clothing, and Why Should You Care?

Article by Betsy Andrews. Originally published on March 16 by Racked.com   On a night before Valentine’s Day, the Victoria’s Secret in Manhattan’s Herald Square was dressed up in pink Cupid’s arrows. Visitors from around the world were shopping for holiday lingerie. A young Japanese tourist named Ayano checked out a pair of black pajama bottoms printed … Continued