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

CBC: Big fashion brands join B.C. group’s efforts to halt destruction of endangered forests

March 1, 2017. Originally published and aired in CBC As It Happens. Major clothing brands like Timberland, Vans, Nautica and The North Face say they will no longer make products derived from ancient, endangered forests. VF Corporation — which owns more than 30 apparel brands including Wrangler jeans, Vans footwear and JanSport backpacks — announced Monday it will no … Continued

Triple Pundit: Apparel Giant VF Corp. Launches Anti-Deforestation Policy

February 28, 2017. Originally published by Leon Kaye in Triple Pundit. On Monday VF Corp., the $12 billion apparel company that includes brands such as Timberland, The North Face and Vans, announced what it describes as its first “Forest Derived Materials Policy.” The company says these new guidelines will help drive its purchasing decisions to source more … Continued