GAA Environmental Workshop 2007

Environmental WorkshopGAA Environmental Workshop June 19-21, 2007: Grand Rapids, MN

Environmental Impacts in the Life-cycle of Papermaking and the Fiber Cycle in North America

David Ford: Tools for Evaluating Environmentally Preferable Paper
David Refkin: Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions, a Magazine Publisher's Case Study
Phil Riebel: The Life-cycle of Environmentally-Preferable Paper
Dave Schirmer: Sustainable Paper at Hearst

Sustainable Forest Management in the Boreal Forest

Jean-Pierre Martel: Sustainable Forest Management in the Boreal Forest COMING SOON
Rod Beaumont: Sustainable Forest Management at West Fraser Mills - Realities of Managing in the Boreal Forest
Robert Taylor: Sustainable Forestry in Canada, Finland and Russia

Increasing Certified Fiber on Non-Industrial Lands

Jim Contino: Promoting Forest Certification
Mike Kilgore: Forest Certification and Family Forests - What Can We Expect?
Jerry Rose: Increasing Certified Fiber on Family Forests

Certified Fiber and Land Ownership Globally with a Focus on North America

Sally Collins: Forest Trends - Ownership, Markets,and Ecosystem Services
Sally Collins: Forest Trends - Ownership, Markets,and Ecosystem Services (Text for slide presentation above)
Jon Pampush: Global Certified Forestland Ownership with a Focus on North America

Chain-of-Custody and Fiber Traceability

Dan Simonds: Chain of Custody Certification for Forest Products - Practical "Nuts and Bolts" for Printers
Kent Koerbitz: Chain of Custody - Label and Claims
Gordon Mouw: Traceability of Fiber

What's Hot in the Industry

Bill Franklin: Printing Papers and Recycling - Using a Life Cycle Perspective
Jim Marshall: Competing Interests for Wood - Fiber, Biomass, Biofuel
Bob Simpson: Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes