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Advanced Breeding: Making the Most of Every Resource

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Plants have clever ways of defending themselves.

In fact, the smell of freshly cut grass is not only a sign of spring but a remarkable example of evolution. Your lawn is actually sending out a distress signal in the form of this unmistakable aroma. The grass assumes the lawnmower blade is an insect feeding on the plant and responds by releasing a scent that will attract beneficial predatory insects to deter the pest.

New Publication from CGF Forest Positive Coalition Illustrates Consumer Goods Companies' Collective Strategy for Driving End to Commodity-Driven Deforestation

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PARIS, 31 March 2021 — Six months after being officially launched at New York Climate Week, The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) Forest Positive Coalition of Action has published its first-ever report,  “Taking Root: Embarking on the Forest Positive Journey,” which offers a comprehensive illustration of the Coalition’s strategy to lead cross-sector efforts

Georgia-Pacific: Welcome to Our Virtual Forestry Tour!

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Welcome to our Virtual Forestry Tour! 

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We created this tool to allow our customers to experience the beginning of our supply chain: the forest. Within this tool, you will walk through a working forest, experience our harvesting practices, and learn more about how GP navigates the ever-changing dynamics of forest management and how GP is committed to responsible forestry practices. 

There are three ways to navigate through this tool:

Duke Energy Donates Nearly $35,000 to Community and Environmental Programs in Oklahoma

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CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 1, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Duke Energy Foundation has awarded nearly $35,000 in grants through its Duke Energy Renewables fund to schools, community enrichment programs and wildlife rescue organizations in Kay County, Washington County and Payne County, Okla.

5 Questions on Responsible Forestry for a Family Landowner

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Across the country, family landowners proudly pass their forests on from generation to generation. These landowners are passionate about preserving the land and the wildlife that depend on it, but they don’t always know where or how to start. Programs like the Carolinas Working Forest Conservation Collaborative are committed to supporting landowners in their mission to conserve the land and protect wildlife. With the support of the American Forest Foundation, Target, 3M and Procter & Gamble, together, we can help keep forests as forests.

Arhaus Celebrates Earth Month with Expanded Green Initiative

Furniture and décor brand announces expansions to its sustainable offerings and partnerships, including a collaboration with SEAQUAL INITIATIVE to upholster furniture in fabric made from SEAQUAL® YARN containing Upcycled Marine Plastic.
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BOSTON HEIGHTS, Ohio, March 30, 2021, /3BL Media/ – Through its Green Initiative, Arhaus, a leader in globally inspired, heirloom-quality, and sustainable furniture and décor, works with artisans around the world to use sustainably sourced, reclaimed, and natural materials where possible. This April, the brand is reaffirming its 35-year commitment to the Earth, forging new and multi-year partnerships to support positive and lasting change.

International Paper Helps Conserve Pearl Mussels in Dordogne, France

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Our IP Forêt Services team in France collaborated with FSC France and World Wildlife Fund to develop tools and a new website to facilitate the identification, management and monitoring of high conservation value for

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