Our Johnsonburg Mill is returning nutrient-rich byproducts to land stripped by more than a century of coal mining. Today, thanks to our land restoration efforts, the area is teeming with wildlife and vegetation. Learn more.
Can a bike ride raise awareness of green jobs in Canada? Zac Wagman of Project Learning Tree Canada hopes so. Take a look at his visit with silviculture summer students from our Dryden Mill.
Now in its 63rd year, Domtar’s Conservation Camp teaches Dryden High School students about the benefits of resource management, conservation and environmental sustainability. Learn more about this year’s camp in Dryden, Ontario.
Is paper sustainability fact or fiction? Find out the truth about the sustainability of our industry and the thousands of everyday Domtar paper products as we debunk five common paper myths.
When Catherine Summerell accepted an internship at Domtar, she didn’t know it would lead to a thriving biomaterials career. Find out how our internship program prepared her for long-term success in our BioMaterials group.
Outside Voice, our new series, kicks off with Tensie Whelan of NYU’s Center for Sustainable Business discussing the way government, industry and nonprofits can combat climate change. Read on.
Is sustainability ROI real and measurable? At Domtar, we believe the answer is yes. See what CEO John D. Williams had to say about the economic benefits of sustainable forestry at a recent event.
A California bill to ban paper receipts is making its way through the state’s legislature, but it’s based on common misperceptions about thermal paper. Find out what this bill would mean for consumers and businesses.