Reports from the Environmental Paper Network


Arauco’s Validvia Biomass Station: Carbon Emissions and Conflicts with Indigenous Communities in Chile: October 2021

(En Español)


In the Red 2020: An Online Resource with Ongoing Assessment of Bank Policies for Financing Pulp and Paper



Conflict Plantations Chapter 2: Revealing Asia Pacific Resources International Limited’s Trail of Disputes Across Indonesia: November 2019



Conflict Plantations Chapter 1: Revealing Asia Pulp and Paper’s Trail of Disputes Across Indonesia: October 2019



The State of the Global Paper Industry 2018
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Sumário Executivo – Português

Industrial Tree Plantations and Green Bonds: Investor Briefing: May 2019



Risky Biomass Business: The reputational and financial risks of investing in forest biomass energy



Are Forests the New Coal?: A global threat map of bioenergy development




North American Reducing Consumption Initiative: Year One Report: Four Projects Offering Solutions to the Wasteful Overconsumption of Paper



The Paper Use Playbook: A Resource for Professional and Collegiate Sports Teams, Leagues and Venues to Improve Their Environmental Performance Related to Paper Use



In the Red: An Assessment of Bank Policies for Financing Pulp and Paper




Mapping Pulp Mill Expansion: Risks and Recommendations




State of the Paper Industry Report 2011
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State of the Paper Industry Report 2007
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A white paper on why recycled content is crucial for printing and writing paper




Paper Steps On Campus: 9 Steps to Protecting the Climate and Reducing Waste Through Campus Paper Policies



Recovered Office Paper: A comprehensive guide for office managers and others to improve and increase office paper recovery




Carbon Neutral Paper: Fact or Fiction?




Fact Sheets


Recycled Paper Fact Sheet: Paper to Protect the Planet: Understanding how recycled content in printing & writing paper – and all grades – reduces energy, water, chemical use, pollution and solid waste, while protecting forests.