Global Forest & Trade Network
Why It Matters
64% of McDonald’s Corporation’s fiber-based packaging is certified or recycled. The company is more than halfway toward its goal of 100% by 2020, with a preference for FSC.
Avon Products, Inc.
Avon Products, Inc. has contributed more than $3 million toward WWF’s forest restoration projects in Indonesia and Argentina. Also, nearly 94% percent of Avon's global brochure paper has met the Avon Paper Promise 2020 goal to purchase 100% certified or recycled paper. 37% of it is FSC-certified.
Domtar Paper Company LLC
Number of Southeast US landowners who Domtar Paper Company LLC has helped achieve FSC certification has surpassed 500 and acreage certified has topped 500,000.
HP has publicly stated its goal for all HP-brand paper and paper-based product packaging to be derived from certified and recycled sources by 2020, with a preference for virgin fiber from FSC-certified sources.
More than 515,000 acres of forest land in the US are certified through International Paper’s FSC group certificate. The land is in 10 states and is owned by 200 different landowners
The Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Globally, The Kimberly-Clark Corporation’s tissue products contain 89% environmentally-preferred fiber (61% FSC and 28% recycled), bringing the company to within 1% of its 2025 goal.
Procter & Gamble
Procter & Gamble’s work with WWF’s GFTN-NA program helped the company enable FSC certification for its Charmin and Puffs tissue products.
Williams-Sonoma, Inc.’s work with WWF's GFTN-NA program has supported the company in reaching over 40% responsibly sourced wood (e.g. FSC-certified and reclaimed wood) as of 2017. This puts the company well on its way to reaching its goal of 50% responsibly sourced wood across its family of brands by 2021.
Capital One contributed funds toward up to 10,000 acres of working forest land easements in key geographies of the Southeast US.