Infographic: Carbon Neutrality in Today’s Climate

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Infographic: Carbon Neutrality in Today’s Climate

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Learn more about @SappiNA’s carbon footprint in the 2015 Sappi North America Sustainability Report: http://bit.ly/298VJ88
Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 9:00am

CAMPAIGN: Sustainability Report 2015

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary

Climate change is attributed to deforestation and emissions from the combustion of fossil fuels, among other causes. Biomass is considered carbon neutral when the growth rate of forests is greater than or equal to harvest levels, as is the case in North America. The carbon neutrality of biogenic fuels has been recognized by an abundance of studies and institutions, including the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Sappi North America is proud to say that it has the lowest carbon footprint among domestic producers of coated freesheet paper.

Learn more about our carbon footprint in the 2015 Sappi North America Sustainability Report: http://bit.ly/21KNUHW.

Keywords: Environment | Deforestation | Infographic | Paper and Pulp | Sappi | carbon emission

CAMPAIGN: Sustainability Report 2015

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary