For the fourth year in a row, the Sustainable Forestry Initiative will be a part of the Easter celebration at the White House. We are very excited that the official White House Easter Egg will be packaged in a gift box made from paper certified by SFI.
I am excited to be living in Washington, DC for the summer as a student of environmental studies and an intern with the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI).
The Wildlife Habitat Improvement Practices program at Clemson University, is one of nine projects awarded funding earlier this year as part of SFI’s Conservation and Community Grant Program.
It’s fitting that the themes for our 15th Annual Conference, is Power of Partnerships. The world of responsible forestry and certification is so immense there is not a lot one organization can do on its own.
The call for a change in the LEED standard is truly global. Twelve nations have urged USGBC to end LEED's discrimination against wood and accept all credible forest certification standards.
Two major North American groups representing forestry experts have weighed in with the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) on the LEED standard.
I recently had a conversation with Jeff Bi, Managing Director of Tralin Packaging (aka Tralin Pak) about the about the packaging marketplace and perceptions of certification overseas.
Recently, members of the SFI team had the privilege to attend the national Recycling Coalition’s 11th Annual "Recycling Works" Award Ceremony at which Staples was honored for its recycling and sustainability practices.
I’m Kathy Abusow, president & CEO of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, Inc. This is my first blog, and I’m excited about its prospects.