Experts from The Nature Conservancy explain critical work funded by International Paper
International Paper has worked with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) to help protect our planet for more than 40 years. Last summer, we announced the continuation of a pioneering project to reduce the impact of logging on the climate – one that reinforces our commitment to responsible forestry beyond our supply chain.
Recycling your paper-based products ensures they can be used again and again. We use 5 million tons of recovered fiber each year to make new fiber-based products. This makes us one of the largest users of recovered fiber!
Our entire business depends on the sustainability of forests. Healthy forests provide clean air and water, habitat for animals and economic opportunity for millions of people. That’s why our #IPVision2030 goals include a commitment to Healthy & Abundant Forests.
The year 2020 has been a difficult one for communities around the world, and International Paper teams stepped up to address the critical needs in their respective communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
From Mexico to Russia, IP facilities responded to their local communities with donations, including the essential products we make. A quick look at the numbers reveals the magnitude of our team members’ support to date:
The Wall Street Journal announced “The 100 Most Sustainably Managed Companies in the World,” a new ranking that focuses on companies’ ability to create long-term shareholder value. We are proud to rank among the top 2% of global firms, and you can read more about the award here.
Award recognizes women leaders in science, technology, engineering and production careers
MEMPHIS, Tenn., October 8, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Paula Wood, director, Global Safety Program was recently recognized by the Manufacturing Institute with a STEP Award. The annual STEP Ahead Awards recognizes women in science, technology, engineering and production careers who exemplify leadership within their companies.