Environmental Paper Network

Reports and Resources

2011 State of the Paper Industry report

2007 State of the Paper Industry report

A comprehensive resource monitoring measurable indicators of environmental progress to be used by environmental advocates, charitable foundations, paper purchasers, academics/students, media and professionals in the forest, paper and waste industries advancing a more responsible industry.

EPN Reports

Download and share the EPN’s latest reports on specific topics relevant to environmental transformation in the pulp and paper industry.

EPN Fact Sheets

Quickly learn about specific issues with our brief, informational fact sheets.

Key Reports from Member Organizations

A compilation of essential reports from our Network.

Tools and Sample Documents for Paper Purchasers

The Environmental Paper Network has developed some essential tools to assist paper purchasers in implementing policies and purchasing responsible paper.

EPN Speakers Bureau

Find and contact a speaker from our Network for your next conference or special event.

 

 

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RELEASE: Canopy Applauds Cutting Edge Study of Environmental Options by Global Tissue Producer Kimberly-Clark

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Paper Planet Blog

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