Canopy News

World’s Largest Clothing Brands Commit to Eliminate Endangered Forests from Viscose Clothing

H&M and Zara/Inditex Partner with Canopy to Transform Clothing’s Impacts on Species, Forests and Climate Vancouver, BC: April 2, 2014 — Today, the world’s two largest clothing brands are making commitments

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Will Asia Pulp and Paper’s policy protect Indonesian forests?

By Dan Howells, Canopy Campaign Director Anniversaries are a funny thing. Especially the early ones. They mark the passing of time and measure where we are – whether in life,

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The Latest Style Trend: Fashion Protecting Forests

EILEEN FISHER, Quiksilver, prAna, Patagonia, and lululemon athletica join forces with Canopy to stop the world’s endangered forests from being logged for clothing New York, Vancouver, Los Angeles, October 31,

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Quebec Government Approval is Only Step Missing for Protection of 13,000 km2 in the Boreal

Canopy Applauds Conservation Vision of the Cree Grand Council for the Broadback Valley Montréal, April 11th 2013 – Canopy welcomes and supports the announcement made by the Cree Grand Council, a

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Ten tips to put your business at the forefront of forest conservation

By Neva Murtha, originally published in Print Action magazine. This past March, Canopy, North America’s environ- mental publishing organization, launched an online Printer Leadership List showcasing actions leading printers have

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