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A Dialogue with Sappi North America's Sustainability Leadership

Jennifer Miller and Laura Thompson discuss emerging issues in sustainable business practices
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Q: Sappi North America has made a strategic commitment to forward-looking sustainability practices for nearly ten years. What do you see as the hallmarks of world-class sustainability practice?

A Letter from Sappi North America's CEO and President Mark Gardner

Gardner discusses the state of sustainability at Sappi
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In 2016, Sappi North America achieved many important milestones as we continue to transform into a more diversified, sustainable business that meets the needs of our customers, communities, employees and shareholders. As part of the Sappi Limited group, our strong cash generation (EBITDA growth of 18 percent year over year), allowed us to reduce net debt by 20 percent year on year, and our robust balance sheet created a strong platform for growth and re-investment in 2017 and beyond.

Sappi North America's 2016 Sustainability Goals: Our People

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At Sappi North America, we are committed to operating our businesses in a sustainable manner. Together with the 2020Vision, Sappi’s global growth strategy, we use our sustainability goals program to set targets, initiate improvement actions and monitor progress.

Achieve Zero Workplace Injuries

Sappi North America's 2016 Sustainability Goals: Preserving our Planet

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At Sappi North America, we are committed to operating our businesses in a sustainable manner. Together with the 2020Vision, Sappi’s global growth strategy, we use our sustainability goals program to set targets, initiate improvement actions and monitor progress.

Achieve 60 Percent Total Certified Fiber Content¹

A Letter from Sappi Limited's Global CEO Steve Binnie

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The success of our drive to adapt our business to the global megatrends that are reshaping the world around us is evident in our performance over the past year.

Sappi North America Releases 2016 Sustainability Report

Annual report highlights leading paper and packaging supplier’s excellent performance on long-term goals
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BOSTON, May 1, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Sappi North America, a leading producer and supplier of diversified paper and packaging products, has announced the release of its 2016 Sustainability Report. The report showcases Sappi’s industry leading sustainability performance.

Domtar Monthly Minute | March 2017

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Celebrating Forests

We all know the benefits of forests - that they absorb carbon, help oxygenate the planet, prevent soil erosion and cool the earth. Earlier this month, Domtar joined the world in celebrating the noble tree on International Day of Forests. Hear from Domtar's vice president of sustainability and communications on the importance of forests, and what the company is doing to ensure they continue to thrive.

Domtar Wood Chips Help People with Disabilities

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Small things can make a big difference in mill communities. Take, for instance, wood chips leftover from the papermaking process.

For more than a decade, Domtar’s Kingsport Mill in Kingsport, Tennessee, has been donating wood chip fines to Small Miracles Therapeutic Equestrian Center, Inc., a local nonprofit foundation dedicated to enriching the lives of people with special needs and disabilities through horseback riding.

The Paper Recycling Process

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Have you ever wondered where used paper goes once you toss it in the blue bin? Turns out, recycled paper embarks on quite the journey before its new life, with each additional round of recycling further weakening the wood fiber. That's why paper can only be recycled between 5-7 times. Follow the 15-step journey of a recycled love note with this light-hearted video produced with RecycleBank.

Spoiler Alert: Consumers Still Prefer Paper Communications

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January 31, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Advances in technology and increasing environmental awareness are spurring more companies to go paperless with their communications. Whether it’s billing or information sharing, businesses view — and often promote — paper-free outreach as a more sustainable option.

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