EPN International is an organizing hub for members of the Network who are anywhere in the world outside of North American and China.
The member organisations currently serving on the Steering Group of EPN International are ARA (Germany), FERN (UK/Brussels), denkhausbremen (Germany), Luonto-Liitto (Finland), Markets for Change (Australia), Jikalahari (Indonesia), Wetlands International and WWF International.
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A new pulp mill is planned in Tartu, Estonia, the second largest city in the country. The mill will produce 700,000 tonnes of pulp and it will consume around a quarter of the total country's timber production. This increase threatens to be the fatal stroke for...read more
At a high level congress "Tissue - Moving Towards Sustainability", major environmental NGOs had discussions with manufacturers and retailers about steps towards responsible production of products like paper for baby nappies (diapers), toilet paper and tissues. The...read more
The Global Paper Vision contains the goal that stakeholders in the pulp and paper industry should commit to ‘Refuse fibre from genetically modified organisms.’ Yet the pulp and paper industry is actively involved in developing plantations of genetically modified (GM)...read more
Robin Wood is a German environmental organisation that has a strong track record on forest campaigning. They have recently run successful actions focusing on Germany’s biggest bakery chain, BackWerk, including street actions and customer education. They are one of the...read more
The annual report summarising the activities of the Environmental Paper Network - International is now online here: EPN-International 2016 annual report final This report summarises our activities around the world, excluding North America and China, where are sister...read more
Sweden produces more paper than any other country in Europe, but at what cost? A letter signed by 45 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) has asked the Swedish government to introduce tighter legislation to improve forestry practices in the country. It expresses...read more