APP in the News
17.08.2015 | Environmental Leader
APP to Retire Commercial Plantations to Cut Carbon Emissions
Asia Pulp and Paper Group has committing to retire around 7,000 hectares of commercial plantation areas to protect threatened carbon-rich peatlands. The company says this is the first time that plantations on...
13.08.2015 |
Pulp & paper giant retires plantations to curb emissions
One of the world's largest pulp and paper manufacturers has today (13 August) pledged to immediately retire some of its commercial plantation areas in a bid to cut greenhouse gas emissions. edie editor Luke...
13.08.2015 | Sustainable Brands
Asia Pulp & Paper Retiring Commercial Plantations to Protect Tropical Peatlands
Today, Asia Pulp & Paper Group (APP) announced it is committing to retire roughly 7,000 hectares (~17,300 acres) of commercial plantation areas to protect threatened carbon-rich peatlands — the first time...
28.07.2015 | BusinessGreen
How APP is embracing the 'landscape approach' to end deforestation
APP's Aida Greenbury talks to BusinessGreen about how the company is working to eliminate deforestation.
17.07.2015 | Package Printing
Data Points: Data Points: In Search of Sustainable Labels
As Americans increasingly factor sustainability into their purchases, it’s crucial for brands to offer label and packaging choices that match consumer demands. And there’s data to back that up.
14.07.2015 | Labels & Labeling
APP drives sustainable landscape approach to paper sourcing
APP continues to investigate opportunities for restoring 150 million hectares of the world’s degraded and deforested land by 2020 with South Sumatra named as a priority on the international restoration agenda.
07.07.2015 | ProPrint
APP: We defined zero deforestation
Aida Greenbury sums up zero deforestation as ‘no conversion of natural forest in supply chain, implement FPIC and responsible peatland management whenever applicable’.
06.07.2015 | Sustainable Brands
The Business Case for Zero Deforestation
APP's Aida Greenbury discusses how businesses have the opportunity to build stronger supply chains, increase yields, enhance their brand reputations through educating consumers and mitigate the impact of...
01.07.2015 | BusinessGreen
Making zero deforestation a reality Twitter debate - as it happened
On 30 June, BusinessGreen hosted a Twitter debate with Aida Greenbury, managing director of sustainability for Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) and BusinessGreen editor James Murray to explore how companies can take...
30.06.2015 | BusinessGreen
Deforestation: A global problem in need of a global solution
APP's Aida Greenbury calls for more governments and businesses to formally adopt zero deforestation policies.


19.02.2018 | Laura B.
Why paper is here to stay
Two decades ago e-books disrupted the world of publishing. Since the introduction of commercial e-readers in the 1990s...
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