CPAWS is pleased to have received a 4-star rating, the highest mark given, from Charity Intelligence Canada, in its new charity ratings released today. Out of the 400 charities rated, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society is one of only 72 charities, and one of three national environmental organizations, to receive top marks based on excellence in financial transparency, accountability to donors and cost-efficiency.
Nanoscale material produced in B.C. pulp mills could be used in composite materials to replace oil-based plastics and other non-renewable products
Vision 2020 is collaborative 10-year plan with ambitious goals
The Canadian forest-products industry is growing and being transformed under the strategy called Vision 2020, thanks in part to a unique collaborative model involving many players in the Canadian economy
Calgary, AB – June 27, 2014 - Forest ministers from across Canada concluded a one day meeting during which they agreed to work together on key opportunities and challenges for Canada’s forest sector, including innovation and supporting Aboriginal participation.
June 24, 2014, ROME, ITALY – The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement (CBFA) integrates economic and environmental objectives through science-based actions and provides a model that has global relevance, say experts speaking at the United Nation's (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization's Committee on Forestry (COFO).