Rayonier Inc. and Pope Resources, A Delaware Limited Partnership announced today that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Rayonier will acquire all of the outstanding limited partnership units of Pope Resources for consideration consisting of equity and cash.

January 15, 2020 - Saguenay, Quebec - Canada’s forest sector remains a vital source of wealth for Canadians, providing economic, social and environmental benefits. By investing in Canada’s forest sector, the Government of Canada is growing the economy while protecting our environment.

LAS VEGAS -- Today, Charmin® rolls into CES 2020 with Charmin GoLab, the first-ever innovation showcase focused on helping people Enjoy the Go, anytime, anywhere. GoLab features three cheeky, never-before-seen conceptual prototypes made to deliver a better bathroom experience from start to flush.

FSC will enter into formal discussions with the Vietnam Rubber Group (VRG) to design a plan for VRG to correct past activities which were not in line with the FSC’s Policy for Association, and mitigate any negative impact that happened as a result, with a view to VRG potentially re-entering the FSC system.

The e-commerce sector is in its busiest period of the year, with millions of parcels delivered every day. But what do consumers really think about the green credentials of packaging and how can manufacturers improve their products?

January 9, 2020 - FORT FRANCES - Today, Greg Rickford, Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines, announced Ontario is investing $83,000 through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) in two community development projects in the Fort Frances-Rainy River region.

The future is wood. With passion and precision Donna Cassese elevates Maine’s paper industry as the future of innovative and inventive design, with possibilities ranging from the capacity of wood pulp to drastically reduce dependence on petroleum to paper’s potential to create intuitive 3D molds that resist bacteria, for use in hospitals.

(Abercrombie, NS – January 11, 2020) - Since 1967, a kraft pulp mill has been an economic driver for Pictou County, N.S. Over the decades, hard-working men and women have depended on the mill and put down roots to raise their families and contribute to the region.

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