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SFI Celebrates Endangered Species Day on May 15

SFI works to support the conservation of species at risk today and every day. SFI certified forests provide healthy habitat for a wide variety of species, including species at risk. So we’re pleased to celebrate Endangered Species Day!

Conservation through Forest Certification to Help Species at Risk

One of the best parts of my work at the Sustainable Forestry Initiative is the opportunity I have to collaborate with researchers, academics and other conservation leaders throughout Canada and the United States. I see first-hand the fascinating and innovative ways they are working together to tackle conservation challenges. Increasingly, people are using forest certification to take conservation in exciting new directions.

Our Supply Chain Helps Forests One SFI-Certified Box at a Time

An important aspect of our company philosophy is the recognition that we’re not separate from our environment: we’re part of the environment. Plants, humans, non-human animals, rivers, lakes, and forests sustain each other. And we all share this, our home planet, together. As a company, we strive to do our best to demonstrate our respect for the environment and we seek out suppliers who feel the same way. 

SFI Program Eligibility for LEED Points Is Good News for Cooperation on Climate Change

Guest blog: John M. Hagan III, President of Manomet and member of the SFI Board of Directors representing the environmental sector

Tackling climate change is a critical global issue. Science tells us that every economic, social, […]

LEED Recognition for SFI and ATFS Is Good News for Forests and the Communities that Rely on Them

Guest bloggers:
Republican Representative Gregg Harper of Mississippi and Democratic Representative Kurt Schrader of Oregon

When it comes to the health of our nation’s forests and the communities that depend on them, we occupy common ground. Another […]

LEED Recognition for SFI Will Help Improve Water Quality and Conserve Biodiversity

Guest blogger: Greg Siekaniec, CEO, Ducks Unlimited Canada and SFI Vice Chair

At Ducks Unlimited Canada, our goal is to ensure abundant wetlands, waterfowl, and associated wildlife for generations to come while also improving Canadian lives. […]

New LEED compliance path creates market opportunity for responsibly managed forests

Guest blog by:
Doyle R. Simons, President and CEO, Weyerhaeuser Company

The U.S. Green Building Council’s decision to recognize the SFI Standards is good news for forests and great news for green building. Opening another sustainable path […]

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