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22 Jun.2018

Registration for Paper & Beyond, 2018 is now open!

Paper & Beyond, 2018. Where the bioeconomy and circularity meet.
 

Paper & Beyond is the successor event to what has been known as European Paper Week and will take place in the heart of the European district, in Brussels' Solvay Library, from 16 to 17 October.
It is the premier industry networking event, bringing together representatives of Europe's major pulp and paper producers, manufacturers, customers, suppliers and press.


The registration is now open and available here. Get your early bird ticket for EUR 520 until 5 August and avail of a discount of 20%. The regular rate is EUR 650.
 

Please note, that tickets for employees of European institutions and national representations, journalists and students are free of charge, although the registration is still required.

 

For more information about Paper & Beyond, visit the event-dedicated website or contact Katarzyna Dylag, CEPI Events & Digital Communications Officer at k.dylag@cepi.org or +32 2 627 49 41.


 

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24 May.2018 ,

GDPR: CEPI's Communications and YOU!

From May 25th the new EU data privacy legislation (GDPR) will come into effect.

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Important: if we don't hear from you, we will remove you from our distribution lists for any “mass communication” other than specific committees or working groups and accordingly you will no longer be kept updated on the latest European industry developments. To continue being keep in the loop simply click here to stay part of the CEPI community.

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08 May.2018 ,

Paper & Beyond, 2018 - programme

Paper & Beyond, 2018
Where the bioeconomy and circularity meet


Paper & Beyond is the successor event to what has been known as European Paper Week and will take place in the heart of the European district, in Brussels' Solvay Library, from 16 to 17 October.

It is the premier industry networking event, bringing together representatives of Europe's major pulp and paper producers, manufacturers, customers, suppliers and press.

The first programme of the event is now available online. All timings subject to change and final confirmation. Registrations will open in June.

For more information, please contact Katarzyna Dylag, CEPI Events & Digital Communications Officer at k.dylag@cepi.org or +32 2 627 49 41.
 

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05 Apr.2018

Become a sponsor at Paper & Beyond, 2018!

Paper & Beyond, 2018
Where the bioeconomy and circularity meet

Paper & Beyond is the successor event to what has been known as European Paper Week and will take place in the heart of the European district in Brussels from 16-17 October.

It is the premier industry networking event, bringing together representatives of Europe's major pulp and paper producers, manufacturers, customers, suppliers and press.

CEPI is now offering 2 sponsorship packages: a Platinum option, as well as Gold ones, used for specific sessions.

Become a sponsor and receive major exposure during the top event in the field!
For more information and reservations, please contact Katarzyna Dylag, CEPI Events & Digital Communications Officer at k.dylag@cepi.org or +32 2 627 49 41.

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01 Dec.2017 ,

Global Forest and Paper Industry Reports on Sustainability Progress

Gl The International Council of Forest and Paper Associations’ (ICFPA) launched its 2017 Sustainability Progress Report. It is the sixth biennial report highlighting ICFPA members’ progress on the sustainability commitments agreed upon in the 2006 CEO Leadership Statement on Sustainability.

The full report is available here

We are proud to announce our global industry’s continuous progress, which represents our commitment to social and environmental aspects associated with forest management and the manufacture of forest-based products,” said ICFPA President Jane Molony. “We look forward to continuing to supply the growing global demand for sustainable products, including fuel, fiber and forest products, while moving towards a greener economy.”

The global sustainability performance of the forest product industry is improving, with all aggregate indicators for reporting associations showing progress from their respective baseline years:

- Since 2004/2005, ICFPA members reduced their greenhouse gas emissions intensity by 16%, and increased the share of bio-energy in the fuel mix by 10.3 percentage points.

- The total sustainable forest management-certified area used to supply the global industry reached 54% in 2015, up from just 12% in 2000. - The global paper recycling rate reached 58.9% in 2015 – a 12.4 percentage point increase from 2000.

- Members improved their onsite energy intensity by 1.1% since the 2004/2005; reduced their SO2 emissions by 48% from 2004/2006; and reduced their use of process water by 7.2% since 2004/2005.

- Members’ recordable incident rate was improved by 24.5% since 2006/2007.

ICFPA members that contributed to the 2017 Sustainability Progress Report are the Australian Forest Products Association, the American Forest & Paper Association, the Confederation of European Paper Industries, Corporación Chilena de la Madera, the Forest Products Association of Canada, the Brazilian Tree Industry – Ibá, the Japan Paper Association, the New Zealand Forest Owners Association, and the Paper Manufacturers Association of South Africa. The ICFPA represents 19 pulp, paper, wood and fiber-based associations that encompass 36 countries, including many of the top pulp, paper and wood producers around the world.

For more information about the sustainability of the global forest and paper industry, visit www.icfpa.org.

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