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Resolute has won an Environment + Energy (E+E) Project of the Year Award for our Thunder Bay (Ontario) thermomechanical pulp (TMP) biorefinery, which is focused on developing new ways to efficiently produce and commercialize innovative bioproducts derived from wood.

(UPM, Helsinki, 30 January at 12.15 EET) – UPM takes the next transformative growth step and enters the biochemicals business by investing in a biorefinery at Leuna, Germany.

LignoTech South Africa (LignoTech) is an equal partnership joint venture between Sappi Southern Africa Limited (“Sappi”) and Borregaard AS of Norway (“Borregaard”).

Furbish your stage with 3D-printed wood fiber composites. It’s a climate smart product portfolio, that can be re-designed and re-used many times over.

The wood-based bio and circular economy is already here. Uusi puu – The New Wood is a communication project whose goal is to tell what a tree can do.

Wood chips, it must be admitted, are not the most glamorous material around. Scattered in gardens or lining the cages of household pets, it is a commodity that attracts little attention. Luckily, a team of researchers in McGill’s Department of Chemistry developed a method to create carboxylated crystalline nano-cellulose using this often-ignored by-product of the pulp and paper industry.

VANCOUVER, BC, Sept. 22, 2020 - Pinnacle Renewable Energy ("Pinnacle" or the "Company") (TSX: PL) today reported that in response to the disruption in service caused by the structural failure of a silo at the Fibreco Export Inc. ("Fibreco") shipping terminal in North Vancouver that occurred on September 11, 2020, the Company has temporarily diverted all pellet shipping activity to its wholly owned Westview shipping terminal in Prince Rupert, British Columbia ("Westview").

Three applications from the Cariboo to Natural Resources Canada’s Forest Industry Transformation program were endorsed by the City of Williams Lake.

The mid-elevation type of forest ponderosa pine and mixed conifer used to have about 60 trees per acre in California about 150 years ago.

SHERBROOKE, QC, Sept. 8, 2020 - The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, on behalf of the Honourable Seamus O'Regan, Canada's Minister of Natural Resources, today announced a $4.5-million investment in CRB Innovations, a technology company based in Sherbrooke, Quebec, to support the eco-sustainable development of the forest sector.

Biofuels offer a climate-positive solution that society cannot afford to ignore. Panu Routasalo explains how UPM is spearheading efforts to replace carbon-intensive fossil energy with plant power.

A Korean research team has developed a technology that can be used to mass-produce aviation-grade fuels from wood wastes.