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The revolutionary promise of mass timber

Even as the challenges of climate change continue to dominate the news, a set of technological revolutions in design and materials science offers renewed hope. While the transportation sector is a major source of carbon emissions, tackling climate change also means re-examining how buildings are designed, built and operated. That’s because the construction industry produces roughly 40 percent of global carbon emissions – more than even the transportation sector.

By |April 3rd, 2020|Blog|

SFI supports Bat Conservation Project

Photo of the Week 4- This shot is from a bat conservation project we participated in with Nature Conservancy Canada where an abandoned mine was gated to protect a critical hibernation zone.

By |June 28th, 2013|Blog|

Introducing: Photo of the Week

One of the greatest gratifications of working in sustainable forestry is that we get to witness the beauty of nature every day.  We want everyone to be able to enjoy nature through a new lens, so each week we will be highlighting a winner from our 2013 Photo Contest to share with you.

By |June 7th, 2013|Blog|

SFI at National Geographic

As we celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day this week, we wanted to share this short video of highlights from our SFI Partners in Forest Conservation reception earlier this month, graciously hosted by the National Geographic Society.

By |April 23rd, 2013|Blog|

Happy Earth Day

This week starts with Earth Day and ends with Arbor Day. Throughout most of North America, springtime is in full swing, with trees blooming and sprouting new leaves everywhere we look.

By |April 22nd, 2013|Blog|

Share Our Earth Day Card

As we look forward to Earth Day on Monday, we’re happy to share our special SFI Earth Day e-card. Be sure to share it with others and help spread the word that buying SFI means supporting healthy, well-managed forests.

By |April 21st, 2013|Blog|
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