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Bio-pathways: Carbon Footprint Report - Executive summary

Forest Products Association of Canada¹ Executive Summary Overview Phase One of the Bio-pathways Project considers the socio-economic and environmental attributes of individual pathways. How forest products perform in relation to the environment is a vital element of this consideration, and one of significant interest to stakeholders,... More

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Bio-energy and Bio-chemicals Synthesis Report - Executive summary

Tom Browne, Doug Singbeil, et al. , FPInnovations Executive Summary At present, the Canadian forest sector converts sustainably managed, renewable forests into solid wood products, pulp and paper, heat, and power. However, this model is under stress. Some products are facing structural decline, while others are facing competition... More

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Future of The Canadian Forest Industry: Possible Scenarios

i SCENARIO ANALYSIS: THE TRADITIONAL AND EMERGING CANADIAN FOREST INDUSTRY 11/18/2010 University of British Columbia and Forest Products Innovation Cristian Palma, Gary Bull, Andrew Goodison and Steven Northway Forest Resources Management Working Paper 2010:1

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Bio-pathways: Carbon Footprint Report

ncasi Substitution Analysis for BioPathways Opportunities Main Assumptions for Carbon Footprint of Substituted Products Project undertaken for FPAC NCASI January 26, 2011

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Bio-energy and Bio-chemicals Synthesis Report (French)

MD Rapport de synthèse sur la bioénergie et les produits biochimiques NOTRE NOM EST INNOVATION

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Future of The Canadian Forest Industry: Possible Scenarios (French)

i SCENARIO ANALYSIS: THE TRADITIONAL AND EMERGING CANADIAN FOREST INDUSTRY 11/18/2010 University of British Columbia and Forest Products Innovation Cristian Palma, Gary Bull, Andrew Goodison and Steven Northway Forest Resources Management Working Paper 2010:1

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Bio-pathways: Carbon Footprint Report - Executive summary (French)

Association des produits forestiers du Canada¹ Sommaire de gestion Aperçu La première phase du Projet de la voie biotechnologique s’est penchée sur les attributs socioéconomiques et environnementaux d’options individuelles. Le rendement environnemental des produits forestiers est un élément vital à considérer, qui... More

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Bio-energy and Bio-chemicals Synthesis Report - Executive summary (French)

Rapport de synthèse sur la bioénergie et la biochimie Novembre 2010 Tom Browne, Doug Singbeil, et autres, FPInnovations. Sommaire À présent, le secteur forestier canadien convertit les forêts gérées de manière viable et renouvelable, en des produits en bois massif, en pâtes et papiers, en énergie et en électricité.... More

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Future of The Canadian Forest Industry: Possible Scenarios - Executive summary

University of British Columbia and Forest Products Innovation: Cristian Palma, Gary Bull, Andrew Goodison, and Steven Northway Executive Summary Background While Canada’s forest products industry has been a major economic contributor, a changing global marketplace has weakened its competitiveness and resulted in mill closure, poor... More

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Printing & Writing Papers Life Cycle Assessment

1 The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) and the American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA) initiated a life-cycle assessment (LCA) to evaluate the environmental impact of four North American grades of printing and writing (P&W) papers. The specific products examined are: 1) a ream of office paper made of uncoated... More

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