GreenBiz: Why HM, Eileen Fisher and other fashion giants are saving forests

October 7, 2015. Originally published in GreenBiz by Heather Clancy. Several years ago, forest advocacy organization Canopy Group noticed a puzzling trend. While production of paper made with virgin fibers was shrinking appreciably, the number of ancient trees sacrificed for industrial logging wasn’t declining. Further analysis yielded a troubling conclusion: Millions of trees are disappearing every year … Continued

Pioneers Post: A stable climate is a very fundamental human right

September 30, 2015. Originally published in Pioneers Post by Lee Mannion. Self confessed “professional tree hugger” Nicole Rycroft has saved 60 million acres of ancient forest since she started Canopy in 1999. Pioneers Post went to find out what makes her tick. The old adage of never judging a book by its cover is never truer … Continued

Graphic Arts Magazine: Rolland Paper Mill sets bold new eco-precedent for forest conservation

Originally published in Graphic Arts Magazine by Tony Curcio.  Rolland Enterprises (St-Jérôme, Quebec), the Canadian-based producer of fine recycled paper, has announced its commitment to advance the protection of endangered forests, engage in research and development of alternatives to tree fibre, and avoid all controversial forest fibre sources. With this policy, developed in cooperation with international environmental … Continued

L’usine de papier Rolland crée un précédent écologique pour la conservation des forêts

St-Jérôme, Vancouver, 23 septembre 2015 – En tant que producteur canadien de papier recyclé de spécialité, Les entreprises Rolland inc. est heureuse d’annoncer son engagement à contribuer à la protection des forêts en péril. De plus, la compagnie souhaite investir dans la recherche et le développement en vue de trouver de nouvelles fibres et ainsi éviter … Continued

Huffington Post: The Silver Lining Beneath Fashion’s Dirty Supply Chains, three Innovative Solutions to the Industry’s Sustainability Problem

September 16, 2015. Originally published in the Huffington Post by Kristie Wang. Consumers across the globe care about whether their clothes are ethically produced, and they want to be able to make purchases that match their values. According to a recent Nielsen report, 55% of consumers surveyed across 60 countries want to buy brands that are … Continued