Les Subventions À La Conservation De SFI Témoignent De La Collaboration De 45 Groupes Différents Des États-Unis Et Du Canada
La société Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) a annoncé aujourd’hui cinq subventions à la conservation qui devraient permettre d’améliorer la compréhension des avantages pour la conservation que comportent les forêts bien aménagées des États-Unis et du Canada. Ces subventions témoignent de la collaboration entre SFI et un éventail varié de partenaires et d’experts de 45 organisations pour faire avancer le novateur Projet d’études des incidences sur la conservation de SFI.
The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc. (SFI) announced 18 community grants today that will advance the quality of life in communities across the United States and Canada. SFI is bringing together a diverse range of people from 102 organizations to support community engagement projects. SFI engages local communities through a variety of initiatives including youth outreach, forest education programs, supporting tribal and Indigenous values, and green building projects for low-income families.
Subventions De Développement Communautaire SFI Octroyées À Des Projets De Collaboration De 102 Groupes Différents Oeuvrant Aux États-Unis Et Au Canada
SFI Inc. (Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc.) a annoncéaujourd’hui que 18 subventions seraient remises à des collectivités afin que la qualité de vie dans ces collectivités situées aux États-Unis et au Canada puisse être améliorée. Le programme SFI regroupe lesefforts de nombreuses personnes œuvrant auprès de 102 organisations afin d’appuyer l’engagementcommunautaire. Il assure aussi la participation des collectivités locales à diverses initiatives, notamment àdes initiatives de mobilisation des jeunes, à des programmes d’éducation sur la forêt, à des programmes de soutien des valeurs tribales et indigènes et à des projets de construction écologique pour les familles à faible revenu.
A commitment to use responsibly sourced wood products has earned Whistler-based Innovation Building Group an award from the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI). The SFI Certified Wood Award is part of the Wood Design & Building Awards program. Innovation Building Group received the award, for its multi-residential project Solana in Whistler, BC, at the Wood WORKS! BC 2018 Wood Design Awards Gala in Vancouver on February 26.
UL Environment, a division of UL (Underwriters Laboratories) today announced that products certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) Standards will be featured on UL SPOT™, a web-based sustainability information tool that promotes responsible procurement of products. This new agreement between UL Environment and SFI will provide SPOT users access to SFI building materials, paper and packaging products that have been 3rd party certified to the SFI Fiber Sourcing and SFI Chain of Custody Standards.
We congratulate Metsä Board on becoming the first European paperboard producer to utilize this new option for SFI on-product labelling,” said Kathy Abusow, President & CEO of SFI Inc. “As a sustainability organization dedicated to the future of our forests, SFI focuses its efforts on supply chain assurances, conservation elevation and education and community engagement. We are proud that SFI’s on-product labels make it clear that a product has been responsibly sourced or comes from a certified forest.”
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) recently announced that 653,428 acres of state land have been certified to one of the world’s most recognized, independent, third-ˇparty forest management certification standards, the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) 2015-2021 Forest Management Standard. “Certification to SFI considers all aspects of our forest management process – from our actions taken in the woods to the paperwork we keep in our files,” said MDC State Forester Lisa Allen.
The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc. (SFI) is pleased to announce that Poison Springs State Forest, the Arkansas state forest managed by the Agriculture Department's Forestry Commission, has earned certification to the SFI 2015-2021 Forest Management Standard through a rigorous third-party audit. Certifying to SFI sends a strong signal about Arkansas’s commitment to sustainable forest management, conservation, and economic opportunity for its citizens.
The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Inc. (SFI) is pleased to announce the election of Michael P. Doss to the SFI Board of Directors. Doss is President and CEO of Graphic Packaging Holding Company. His election strengthens SFI’s position as a sustainability leader focused on future forests. “Mike is a great fit for SFI because he brings a wealth of leadership experience on sustainability and community building. His approach shows that financial results and corporate responsibility are not mutually exclusive. Mike’s message that we have to reach far beyond day-to-day business operations and really have a positive impact on our shared quality of life resonates with the entire SFI community,” said Kathy Abusow, President and CEO of SFI Inc.
TimberWest is the First SFI Program Participant to be Certified Under the Progressive Aboriginal Relations Program
TimberWest is the first Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) Program Participant to achieve the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) Bronze certification under the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) program. This certification demonstrates to Indigenous communities that TimberWest is a good business partner, a great place to work and is committed to the prosperity of Indigenous communities. TimberWest is also the first BC forest company to earn PAR certification.