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Canopy of North America's Green Print Leadership Report supports publishers and printers in meeting corporate sustainability goals
RISI - June 17, 2013 Large-volume paper users, including Sprint and over 700 publishers and printers with ecopaper policies in place, are welcoming today's release by Canopy of North America's Green Print Leadership Report, a resource that will help them meet corporate sustainability goals. The conservation group's ‘first of its kind' report identifies North American printers taking steps to go beyond the basics on environmentally responsible paper sourcing. The report profiles printer leaders engaging in procurement policy development, forest conservation initiatives and voluntary sustainability reporting.
Print Action, Monday June 17, 2013 Canopy, a Vancouver-based non-profit deeply rooted in environmentally progressive business strategy, has published its Green Print Leadership Report – a survey-focused program that began some two years ago.
Newspapers Canada - By Erin Hudson, May 7, 2013 -- Sometimes mountains do move as Nicole Rycroft and her team of environmentalists at Canopy discovered when they set their sights on the newspaper industry. TorStar and Transcontinental have a lot of weight to throw around. They could shift industry practices – they know it and they’ve already started. Both organizations have active environmental policies integrated into their daily operations and work with Canopy among others to develop sustainable strategies. “You have two choices; you can resist and not be a participant or you can engage and use their expertise to help you,” said Kamula.
PrintAction - Canopy, a group aimed at forest conservation through working with paper buyers, has withdrawn from the Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement (CBFA), citing the agreement’s lack of effectiveness.