As global leaders representing government, business and the environment meet in Vancouver this week, Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) has launched an important report entitled; Climate Change Mitigation in Canada's Forest Products Sector: Roadmap Toward Net-Zero.

Amidst the global convergence of climate and government leaders at COP 28 in Dubai, Canada’s forest sector launched a national report at the Canadian Pavilion outlining the contributions it can make towards reducing emissions and combating the escalating impacts of natural disturbances across the country.

Countries like Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Switzerland continuously demonstrate that responsible governance and environmental stewardship are not mutually exclusive but, in fact, complementary.

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is proud to announce the winners of the 2023 Chisholm Awards for Innovation in Forestry, a national competition that recognizes youth leadership and innovative research developments in the field of forestry.

Following the submission of Canada’s 2023 National Inventory Report (NIR) of greenhouse gas emissions to the United Nations, Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) Vice President, Indigenous Relations and Forestry, Etienne Belanger, issued the following statement:

An array of new prospects and obstacles rest at our bilateral doorstep as we embark on the greatest economic feat of the next two decades – the transition to a low carbon economy across North America.

Oct.18, 2022 - Earlier today, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Nature Canada jointly released a misleading and damaging report on Canada’s GHG emissions.

For Canadian businesses to remain competitive on the world stage, we need to develop a more competitive, efficient, and effective supply chain system. Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) applauds the latest report released by the National Supply Chain Task Force and welcomes the action-oriented recommendations within to accelerate change across our country’s vital trade infrastructure.

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