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What We Do

The world’s Ancient and Endangered Forests are being logged at an alarming rate, putting species, communities and our climate at risk.

Canopy works with the forest industry’s biggest customers and their suppliers to develop business solutions that protect these endangered forests.

SURVIVAL: A Pulp Thriller

Canopy has a heart-thumping thriller for you. SURVIVAL: A Pulp Thriller (the video) is a quick, 70-second animation that outlines a critical pathway for planetary survival - protecting forests by investing in and implementing Next Generation Solutions that are available today.

The CanopyStyle Initiative

Each year, 150 million trees are logged to make viscose/rayon that goes into our clothing. We are partnering with fashion brands, designers and their viscose suppliers to keep the world's ancient and endangered forests out of our closets.

Next Generation Solutions

Read about how Canopy is working directly with companies that use forest products and with technology, process and design innovators to draw “next-gen” solutions out of the far corners of the market and into the mainstream.

Latest & Greatest

Governments announce Significant new protected areas in the Cree homeland of Eeyou Itschee

Parts of the Broadback-Mishigamish Forest are carved out of the protection agreement FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: New York, Montreal, December 17, 2020:  Conservation organizations Canopy and Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) welcome today’s joint announcement by the Québec and Cree Nation Governments that brings protection within the Eeyou Itschee to 24% of their territories. This is a … Continued

VOGUE BUSINESS: How fashion is distancing itself from deforestation

From, November 2, 2020 by Rachel Cernasky Fashion is using fewer fabrics associated with deforestation in ancient and endangered forests, signalling the push for sustainability is improving supply chains, according to a new report from campaign group Canopy. On Thursday, the Canadian nonprofit published its annual look at where fibre producers source the pulp … Continued

New Partnerships for CanopyStyle Close the Traceability Gap

Canopy is so pleased to announce our latest partnerships with Fashion for Good and TextileGenesis. On December 1, we joined Fashion for Good and TextileGenesis, along with CanopyStyle brand partners BESTSELLER and Kering, in a new pilot project focused on bringing greater traceability to the viscose supply chain. Progressive brands have long been on a … Continued

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