McDonald’s Commits Their Golden Arches to Sustainability

We all know McDonald’s has a long road ahead in becoming a sustainable business – if that is really even possible in any honest sense of the word. In 2013, only 14% of their paper was either certified or recycled, but the company itself has acknowledged that it can and plans to do better.

Watch a Webinar on Forests & Climate

I was so excited to see this recent U.S. Department of the Interior webinar from leading experts on forests and climate: The Role of Forests in Mitigating Climate Change.

Carbon Canopy Forests and Climate

Measure Twice and Cut Less: Verification & Rigor in Carbon Canopy

One of the hallmarks of Dogwood Alliance’s Carbon Canopy forest carbon project has been an insistence on rigor in our carbon accounting and in our forest management certification. So, what does this “rigor” really mean? For our forest carbon projects it means a lot of work.

Dogwood Alliance Heartwood Carbon Canopy

Dogwood Alliance is Going to Spain

This year Dogwood Alliance will be attending the tri-annual General Assembly in Seville, Spain, marking the 20th anniversary of Forest Stewardship Council’s (FSC) efforts to bring different stakeholders together to find a sustainable future for the world’s forests and the people who inhabit them.

This is How We Do It: Paper & Dogwood

In 2014, a key part of our work to secure a legacy of forest protection is the implementation of our agreements with forest products giants Georgia-Pacific and International Paper. Now that we have a seat at the table, Dogwood Alliance will remain vigilant to make sure that promises are kept.