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Thursday, 06 October 2011
Mattel prefers FSC

Barbie (© Mattel Inc.)© Mattel Inc.Mattel Inc. has launched new sustainable sourcing principles stating their preference for FSC-certified products for the paper and wood fiber used in its packaging and products. read more …

Wednesday, 05 October 2011
Most-Innovative Green Buildings Using FSC-Certified Wood

Hawaii Preparatory AcademyAs LEED 2012 considers lower standards, award winners push green envelope read more …

Wednesday, 05 October 2011
Most-Innovative Green Buildings Using FSC-Certified Wood

Design & Build 2011 – Toronto, OntarioThe Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) awarded the Hawaii Preparatory Academy (HPA) Energy Research Lab (Kamuela, Hawaii) and zHome (Issaquah, Washington) and with the 2011 commercial and residential ‘Design and Build with FSC’ Awards on October 5th, 2011. The Award recipients were selected by a panel of judges for their innovative use of FSC-certified wood products. read more …

Monday, 03 October 2011
Introducing the 2011-2012 FSC Canada Board of Directors

It is with great pleasure that we announce the new FSC Canada Board of Directors for 2011-2012. Please join us in welcoming the members of the 2011-2012 Board of Directors, who will take office October 3rd, 2011. read more …

Wednesday, 21 September 2011
Alberta's first LEED Gold private office project

Quarry Park West, Remington Development Corp.'s head office (© Remington Development)© Remington DevelopmentRemington Development Corporation announced its new head office, Quarry Park West, has achieved LEED Gold certification from the Canada Green Building Council. Quarry Park West is Alberta's first privately developed suburban office project to earn this recognition. read more …

Tuesday, 06 September 2011
AbitibiBowater Increases FSC® Forest Management Certification in Northern Ontario

AbitibiBowater  announced today that it has received Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) certification for the Black Spruce and Dog River-Matawin Forest areas, north of Thunder Bay, Ontario. This area covers approximately 2.5 million hectares of forest stretching from Lake Nipigon to Quetico Provincial Park. read more …

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