Blog Posts by Tag: Asia-pulp-%26-paper?page=8
14.12.2012 |
Sustainability in China: Setting the Record Straight
Since moving to China, I’ve often been surprised at just how often Western viewpoints about China are inaccurate or even completely backwards.
06.12.2012 |
United Nations Day
This guest post was contributed by David Biederman. David is a veteran business journalist and author. He frequently contributes to the Journal of Commerce.
27.11.2012 |
APP: Beyond Compliance
I had the pleasure of speaking at the 27th annual RISI North American Forest Products Conference in October 2012.
26.11.2012 |
Transparency in Global Timber Markets and Indonesian SVLK Certification
This guest post was contributed by David Biederman. David is a veteran business journalist and author. He frequently contributes to the Journal of Commerce.
22.11.2012 |
Open discussion on sustainable forestry in a developing nation
In past posts I’ve referenced the concept of “seeing is believing” – it’s nearly impossible to understand the extent of a company’s sustainability efforts until you see it first hand, well the same holds true for a government.
20.11.2012 |
Good Habits Begin at School
Some of our most intimate and fundamental habits are formed during our early school years. Whether it is social etiquette, manners, or personal hygiene, habits that are cultivated in school often affect the future direction of a child’s development and long-term personal growth.
15.11.2012 |
U.S. Industry Associations Welcome APP
I am very pleased to announce that APP has taken an important step in North America , having recently joined two high-tier industry associations.
13.11.2012 |
Forest Plantations in Indonesia
This guest post was contributed by David Biederman. David is a veteran business journalist and author. He frequently contributes to the Journal of Commerce.
01.11.2012 |
Common Ground at the Perawang Learning Centre
Justin Brown recently visited Indonesia as part of his role as books champion for the Cottonsoft Books for Change programme in New Zealand and Indonesia. Justin is a bestselling author, TV and radio host. He has written 21 books (five of which are bestsellers), and his books for children are very popular in schools through Canada, the US,...
31.10.2012 |
The Art of Give and Take in the Asian Century
As 11am ticked over on Sunday morning in Sydney I jumped online to download the hotly anticipated Asian Century White Paper, commissioned by the Federal Government. During the last few days Australian media has been crammed with commentators putting their case forward on what the paper should contain and predicting the opportunities that...

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