British Columbia has more than 130 million acres/53 million hectares of certified forests – over 40 percent of them certified to the SFI 2010-2014 Standard.
And forest professionals contribute a lot to forest certification. So it […]
Today marks the launch of SFI’s In Case You Were Wondering section of the website. This part of the site is a resource for anyone with questions about forest certification or SFI and explains the […]
I sometimes think the debate about LEED’s unfair treatment of certified wood is so wrapped up in politics it misses the most important point – wood from responsible sources is a great choice for green […]
Larry Selzer covered a lot of ground in his keynote address at the SFI annual conference. It was clearly well received, and was one of the highlights of the event.
Larry is an incredible advocate for […]
There’s a lot to like about SFI annual conferences.
They bring together the SFI community so we can share ideas and explore future opportunities with experts – this year speakers included Kathryn Fernholz from Dovetail, Scott […]
I recently talked to Kenneth Norris, Contributing Editor of Pulp & Paper International, about the latest SFI Progress Report, and was pleased to see a wonderful account of our discussion in