The fiber used to make our products comes from working forests. These are forests that are harvested sustainably and then replanted over and over. More than 90 percent of International Paper’s fiber supply in the United States comes from privately-owned forests, many of which are small and family-owned. We work with landowners to ensure the responsible management of those forests.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – May 26, 2021 – International Paper (NYSE: IP) recently announced the kickoff of the Signature Pro Bono Initiative, marking a significant milestone for the legal community in Tennessee and for individuals living in the state’s underserved communities. As part of the Tennessee Pro Bono Services Alliance, this initiative will help deliver equal justice to Tennessee residents by focusing specifically on expungement, voter rights restoration and driver’s license reinstatement.
Circularity is a concept that wraps around everything we do at International Paper. We are contributing to the low carbon future in three primary ways: sourcing renewable fiber from healthy forests, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and creating sustainable solutions that can be reused, recycled or composted.
Partnership will increase in 2021 with additional planting events and systemic recovery focus
LINCOLN, Neb. , May 20, 2021 /3BL Media/ – International Paper, one of the world’s leading producers of renewable fiber-based packaging, pulp, and paper, and the Arbor Day Foundation announce their intention to grow their partnership in 2021.
In Vicksburg, Mississippi, Redwood Elementary students’ grades K-6 had the opportunity to demonstrate their artistic abilities while celebrating Earth Day – a day focused on promoting clean living and a healthy, sustainable habitat for people and wildlife alike. All student drawings were submitted to International Paper Vicksburg Mill, where several team members, including the mill’s community outreach committee, voted for the best drawing in each grade.
International Paper to share water stewardship journey on World Resources Institute webinar
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International Paper invites you to join us for a special World Resources Institute webinar. International Paper Manager, Natural Capital Stewardship, Matt Inbusch, will be joining professionals from other companies to discuss actions companies can take from measuring water challenges to spurring collective actions in their basins of operations.
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and International Paper celebrate World Migratory Bird Day this Saturday, May 8, by marking progress in conserving bird habitats while also drawing attention to the serious threats birds still face as they migrate.
Experts from The Nature Conservancy explain critical work funded by International Paper
International Paper has worked with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) to help protect our planet for more than 40 years. Last summer, we announced the continuation of a pioneering project to reduce the impact of logging on the climate – one that reinforces our commitment to responsible forestry beyond our supply chain.