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Metsä Boardrecognised as world leader for corporate action on climate change by CDP

response to climate change, and has been awarded a position on the Climate A List by CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project), the international not-for-profit organisation that drives sustainable economies. Metsä Board is among nine per cent of


corporations participating in CDP’s climate change programme to be awarded a position on the list, in recognition of its actions to reduce emissions and mitigate climate change in the past reporting year. “A position on CDP’s Climate A List is welcome

recognition to our work. By investing in bioenergy, as well as energy and material efficiency, our fossil CO2 emissions have decreased by 42 per cent since 2009. In 2015, more than 80 per cent of the fuels we used were bio-based. We are continuously looking for new areas of improving energy efficiency at our production units,” said Mika Joukio, CEO of Metsä Board. “In addition, our fresh fibre paperboards are lightweight, safe and

International Paper given FSC Responsible Forestry Champion Award

etsä Board has been identified as a global leader for its actions and strategies in

Former CPI director wins Outstanding Contribution to the Industry Award

recyclable, and therefore benefit the whole packaging value chain.” Thousands of companies submit annual climate

disclosures to CDP for independent assessment against its scoring methodology. 193 ‘A Listers’ appear on the list, which has been produced at the request of 827 investors with assets of $100 trillion. The Climate A List, along with the climate scores of all companies publicly taking part in CDP’s climate change programme this year, is available on CDP’s website.

International Paper-supplier-based FSC groups, the company has influenced the growth of more than one million acres of FSC lands in the United States and currently supports 40 suppliers who have FSC Chain of Custody certificates. This growth has helped International Paper achieve a 28 per cent increase in certified fibre over its 2010 baseline and increased its annual volume by approximately 1.6 million tons. “We are extremely pleased with our fibre

Leadership Award for forest certification commitment and program innovation. The FSC Leadership Awards celebrate organisations and people who have demonstrated extraordinary commitment to responsible forest management and FSC. Winners were selected by a jury panel of professionals, FSC staff, and board members and were announced at the FSC Leadership Awards ceremony in October at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles. International Paper was recognised for its USA


FSC certification strategy to increase the amount of FSC-certified fibre used in packaging, pulp, and paper products. One of the ways the company increased the amount of this was through its own FSC forest management group - Certified Forest Management LLC (CFM LLC). CFM LLC is managed by the organisation’s fibre supply team and has become a cost-effective means for small private landowners to become FSC certified. As a result of International Paper’s efforts with CFM LLC and the creation and support of

he Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) recently recognised International Paper with an FSC

certification efforts and are thrilled with how many other landowners and wood suppliers have expressed interest,” said Jeremy Poirier, International Paper fibre certification manager. “We continue to gain new members, increasing our CFM LLC group to a total of 342,500 acres. It is an honour to be recognised for our commitment to responsible forestry management.” Corey Brinkema, president of the FSC USA,

added: “The FSC Leadership Awards recognise organisations and people who really distinguish themselves in efforts to promote responsible forest management. The FSC leaders show that it’s possible to make a big difference for our forests, wildlife and communities.”

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(CPI) congratulated its former director general, David Workman, on winning the Outstanding Contribution to the Industry Award at the UK Packaging Awards 2016 ceremony, held at the end of October. He became director general of CPI in 2010; he then retired from CPI and the UK’s paper and packaging-based industries in September this year. Surprised and pleased to accept the


award, Workman said: “I thought I was here to make up the numbers, I really had no idea!” He went on to praise the work of the packaging industry pointing to the “excellent” entries he’d seen on the night and saying the future for packaging is very bright.

CPI’S SUBMISSION TO THE CHANCELLOR Elsewhere, the CPI’s new director general, Andrew Large, who took over the role in the summer, has written to the Chancellor outlining the key issues facing the paper industry with recommendations for the forthcoming Autumn Statement, due on November 23. In regard to the

effect of UK energy taxation policy on the global competitiveness of the UK paper- based sector, he wrote: “Our aim has been to ensure that the sector can be internationally cost competitive and can operate on a level playing field with other European and Global paper producers. Government support has only covered part of the sector; more needs to be done to assist the industry to grow while continuing to decarbonise.” Large also spoke about concerns over ‘Brexit’ and investment and trade in the UK.

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