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What role for forests and the forest-based sector in the EU Green Deal?

The new Forest Strategy is an important piece of the European Commission architecture to deliver on the European Green Deal together with the Fit for 55 package. Everybody agrees that forests play a key role in combating climate change together...
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The pulp and paper industry keeps on investing

The climate emergency can’t wait, so the pulp and paper industry keeps on investing in its transformation. Today Cepi celebrates 16 projects to reduce carbon emissions that have been successfully finalised in our sector over the past two years.
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All green products start with a #Greensource: climate neutrality with Europe’s forest fibre industry

Cepi, the Confederation of European Paper Industries, and EPIS, the European Pulp Industry Sector Association and its members, present their #GreenSource initiative, a European-wide effort to explain how the forest fibre industries make the 2050 climate neutrality target a reality....
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Cepi’s new visual identity reveal

Renewable, recycled, responsible. Cepi has revealed its new visual identity. Check out the video story behind it!
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Paper Presents: innovative and circular solutions for consumers

Trade associations representing the European paper and board industry demonstrate to new Members of the European Parliament how paper and board products are continuously innovative, renewable, and a perfect example of the circular economy in Europe.
Energy 14-03-2018

RED II: Wood you believe Europe may turn its bio economy into ash?

State-supported funding schemes risk distorting raw material markets, pulling the plug on Europe’s bio economy ambitions, warns Sylvain Lhôte.
Energy 18-10-2017

‘Energy dash for biomass’ risks wasting potential of EU’s bioeconomy

By failing to take a holistic approach and treat the LULUCF and renewable energy dossiers as separate and distinct issues, the EU is slicing Europe’s bioeconomy up like a piece of salami, warns Sylvain Lhôte.
Agrifood 15-06-2017

LULUCF: Will the EU turn the tide on forest growth and torpedo its bioeconomy agenda?

The European Commission’s proposal for Land-Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF) may well defeat its own purpose, writes Sylvain Lhôte.