The demand for environmentally friendly pulp and paper products is growing. Learn how consumer education and spending habits are driving sustainability trends in the forest products industry — and how Domtar is responding to the demand.
Who are the people behind the forests that supply Domtar? Meet Randell Ewing Jr., one of many landowners in our network. Learn how the Ewings manage their land sustainably and why certification is important to them.
Responsible forestry takes into account everything from logging practices and ecology to economics and climate change. See how we manage our forestry practices in the United States and Canada.
Our 2017 Sustainability Report details our efforts to take a long-term view of creating and preserving value for our shareholders, customers, employees and communities. Take a look at some of our key accomplishments.
In 1872, the Nebraska State Board of Agriculture accepted Julius Sterling Morton’s resolution to dedicate one day a year to the planting of trees. The board declared April 10 to be Arbor Day; it’s estimated that more than one million trees were planted in Nebraska during that first celebration.
In 2015, Domtar and Procter & Gamble joined forces under a single mission: Increase the supply of Forest Stewardship Council-certified wood fiber for the industry. This ensures a sustainable supply chain not just for Domtar and P&G products but for other companies that use FSC-certified wood fiber.
For more than 20 years, Domtar and the World Wildlife Fund have partnered to promote responsible forestry and trade while advancing forest conservation. By renewing our partnership agreement, we can continue our efforts to protect the environment.
Since 2000, Domtar has worked with the Rainforest Alliance to preserve the integrity of North American forests and promote biodiversity conservation through responsible paper production. Now, we‘re teaming up to do even more.
Domtar gave $10,000 to Pennsylvania’s Bald Eagle Area School District to help create a custom forest management plan for the district’s forests. The plan includes FSC certification and a full forest and wildlife habitat inventory.
Engaging sustainable suppliers has been challenging for many companies. How can you encourage your vendors to adopt sustainability? Here are five lessons we’ve learned in our work with the vendors in our value chain.