Environmental Paper Network

The Environmental Paper Network

Environmental Paper Network (EPN) began in 2001 as an unlikely alliance of organizations with very diverse approaches to a common problem: the severe impacts from irresponsible production and consumption of pulp and paper.

These impacts include climate change, deforestation, loss of biodiversity, degraded air and water quality, and solid waste.

Today, EPN is a network of over 100 organizations working toward the Common Vision for Transforming the Paper Industry and a model for non-profit collaboration to amplify and accelerate advocacy.

Join Us:

Become a member organization of the Environmental Paper Network to join this powerful community, show your support for this Vision, and access ways to increase your organization’s strength and leverage.

Contact Us:

Environmental Paper Network
16 Eagle Street, Suite 200
Asheville, NC 28801

Email: info (at) environmentalpaper.org
Twitter: twitter.com/#!/WhatsNYourPapr
Facebook: facebook.com/pages/Whats-In-Your-Paper/268308866066

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