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Sponsorship and visibility opportunities at European Paper Week 2017 /// 10 August 2017
This year is a special one for CEPI as we celebrate our 25th anniversary! This time we invite you to join us on a journey of discovery as we experience paper through the five senses - sight, sound, smell, taste and touch. We will also partner-up with RISI for the PPI Awards which will be held at CEPI’s special 25th anniversary dinner.
“The ENVI committee has missed the logic that LULUCF should focus on growing forest through investment rather arbitrarily capping its use as a resource.
The Environment Committee (ENVI) of the European Parliament today adopted the draft report of the Committee’s Rapporteur, MEP Norbert Lins, on the regulation of Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF).
Signatories of this letter welcome the Clean Energy Package as the means to set in place new rules for a consumer-centred European energy system, by implementing the three stated EU objectives: putting energy efficiency first, achieving global leadership in renewable energies and providing a fair deal for consumers.
The Parliament, the Council and the Commission enter now the trilogue negotiations that will shape the ETS directive after 2020.
CEPI Annual Statistics - limited assurance Deloitte /// 17 July 2017
Deloitte has been engaged by the Confederation of European Paper Industries (“CEPI”) to issue a limited assurance statement on the data quality rating method CEPI applies on a selection of core indicators published in the “2016 CEPI annual statistics report”, “2015 Environment statistics report” and the “
Key Statistics 2016 /// 30 June 2017
This booklet contains statistics that give a clear picture of the European pulp and paper industry’s performance in 2016.
Framework for Carbon Footprints for paper and board products /// 18 May 2017
In 2007, CEPI was one of the first to propose a common framework, enabling companies to undertake carbon footprints for paper and board products, as there was no standardised approach for their development at that time.
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