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Canada Is Undermining Meaningful Certification

Expert BlogCanadaCourtenay Lewis
Canada is taking a page out of industry’s playbook by characterizing all of its voluntary certifications as being strong indicators of sustainable forestry.

Pulp Fiction: New Report Shows P&G Is Spinning Tales

Expert BlogUnited States, CanadaCourtenay Lewis

In recent years, P&G has faced mounting criticism over the fact that many of its tissue products are made from virgin forests, which is contributing to the clearcutting of some of the world’s last primary forests, including in the climate-critical…

Paris Climate Agreement: Everything You Need to Know

GuideInternationalMelissa Denchak
The Paris Agreement charted a new course in the effort to combat global climate change, requiring countries to make commitments and progressively strengthen them. Here’s what the accord seeks to achieve, and why our future may depend on its success.

America’s Dairyland May Have a PFAS Problem

DispatchMidwest, Wisconsin, MaineSusan Cosier
The toxic chemicals have been showing up in milk around the country, prompting midwestern farmers to take a closer look at their land.

Greenhouse Effect 101

GuideUnited States, InternationalMelissa Denchak
By increasing the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, we’re amplifying the planet’s natural greenhouse effect and turning up the dial on global warming.

Summit Puts Us on the March to Stronger Climate Action

Expert BlogJake Schmidt, Brendan Guy
The Global Climate Action Summit set the stage for countries to strengthen their targets by 2020 and to help build momentum for other actors to ensure that we are a safer climate trajectory.

China a Key Player in Aviation Emissions Agreement

Expert BlogBarbara Finamore, Alvin Lin
China and the U.S. have put climate issues back into renewed focus by formally approving the Paris Climate agreement at the onset of the G20 summit this month. In several weeks, these two countries will have another opportunity to demonstrate…