UPM’s BioPiva lignin is a 100% bio-based, renewable substitute for fossil-based materials.

The world’s consumption of valuable resources is reaching its limits and we need to make a giant leap towards a circular economy.

Packaging that tells you the condition of the food inside, paper that cleans polluted air and smart plasters that communicate with your doctor; these are just a few examples of what we can do thanks to bio-based electronics.

Stora Enso is investing EUR 10 million in the making of bio-based carbon materials for energy storage at Sunila Mill in Finland. We talked with Lauri Lehtonen, Head of Innovation, Biomaterials, about this exciting innovation to replace fossil-based and mined raw materials with renewable solutions.

August 6, 2019 - Trois-Rivières, Quebec - When we invest in Canadian businesses, our economy grows and our communities benefit. That’s why the Government of Canada is investing in the development of innovative new technologies in Canada’s forest sector.

(19 June 2019) Borregaard has today decided to invest NOK 131 million in a project aimed at increasing the use of bioenergy from production residuals at the Sarpsborg site in Norway.

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