APP in the News
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.
12.06.2015 | Just Means
Access to Life Saving Healthcare with Floating Doctors
APP sponsors a mobile medical clinic for workers, their families, and their communities in the remote villages along the river way in Jambi Province, Sumatra.
11.06.2015 | Print Week
APP to increase supply of PEFC products following Indonesian certification
The move, expected by the end of the year, follows the award of Indonesian Forestry Certification Cooperation (IFCC) certification to cover 306,400 hectares of APP suppliers’ plantations.
11.06.2015 | Food In Canada Magazine
Key market drivers are reshaping the food industry
New opportunities for those in the food, food service and food packaging industries are sprouting up on a daily basis as a number of key market drivers are reshaping the business.
08.06.2015 | Graphic Arts Magazine
APP to expand its PEFC certified products by end of 2015
APP has confirmed that it will offer customers a greater range of  PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) certified products across its global markets by the end of 2015. This follows the...
04.06.2015 | Labels & Labeling
APP stands firm: zero deforestation
Once a Greenpeace adversary, Indonesia’s Asia Pulp & Paper has made an impressive about turn in a move to drive sustainability in the paper packaging value chain.
02.04.2015 | High Carbon Stock
HCS Approach Steering Group Launches Toolkit for Deforestation-Free Plantations
Major plantation companies and NGOs including Golden Agri-Resources, Asia Pulp and Paper, Wilmar International Limited, Greenpeace, Agropalma, WWF, the Forest Peoples Programme, Rainforest Action Network,...
12.11.2014 | Mongabay
Reducing deforestation is good for business, argues report
Some of the world's largest companies are making progress in disclosing and addressing deforestation risk within their commodity supply chains, but much work is left to be done to shift to more sustainable...
11.11.2014 | BusinessGreen
Will 2014 be the year companies wake up to deforestation threat?
A record number of consumer giants this year pledged to identify and halt deforestation in their supply chains, according to a major new report today, which highlights growing awareness among companies of the...


14.08.2019 | Asia P.
Protecting the Big Cats with Collective Actions
We, humans, need tigers roaming around in the forests if we want to maintain our quality of life. Why? Because our air...
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