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FBN Will Sell Greeneye Systems with New Customized Crop Protection and Nutrition Packages to Reduce Costs and Drive ROI for Growers

In 2022 Comprehensive FBN On-Farm Field Trials, Greeneye’s Precision Spraying System Reduced Herbicide Use By An Average of 86%

Co-organized by TAITRA and TWMA, WOOD TAIWAN 2023 will be held at Taipei Nangang International Exhibition Center, Hall1 from April 4 to 7, echoing the theme - Envision a Greener Future. From production to consumption, WOOD TAIWAN 2023 will showcase how wood is produced, processed, and manufactured in the woodworking machinery industry, and how it is used in a sustainable fashion on the consumer end for environmental protection and energy conservation.

More than 6,200 farmers now certified

Over 6,000 hectares of generally semi-arid land repeatedly farmed according to the SuCCESS® sustainability code
Further commitment for the world’s first sustainable castor program

The European Parliament and Council have reached historic agreement on a new EU law on deforestation-free products. All operators placing commodities on the European market that can generate global deforestation will now be subject to mandatory due diligence rules. This closes an important loophole that allowed products linked to the degradation and destruction of forests to be sold in the EU. Intergraf and our members have called for printed products to be included in the scope of this legislation for over a decade. We are delighted to see our efforts succeed.

Stora Enso’s new production site for cross-laminated timber (CLT) in Ždírec, the Czech Republic, was inaugurated today. Following a EUR 79 million investment, the new CLT site is one of the most modern in the world, supporting Stora Enso’s strategy of growth within wooden building solutions. With the new site, Stora Enso’s CLT production capacity will grow substantially to meet the increasing demand for sustainable, cost-effective and renewable building materials.

Deforestation is responsible for nearly 15% of global CO₂ emissions. Every year, 10 million hectares of tropical forest are lost – if we do not halt this by 2030, it will be impossible to limit global warming to 1.5°C
Nature-based solutions, including forest conservation and restoration, can provide one-third of the mitigation needed to reach this climate target
Funding for nature-based solutions needs to triple from $133 billion per year today to $400 billion by 2030, to meet climate change and biodiversity targets, with scope for private finance to increase its share of just $18 billion per year, according to the UN
One approach that channels incentives to forest governments and communities to avoid deforestation across entire landscapes – known as “jurisdictional REDD+” – offers companies the opportunity to make significant contributions to preserving the world’s forests while ridding their own supply chains of deforestation

China’s Special Envoy for Climate Change announced China’s contribution to plant and conserve 70 billion trees by 2030
The World Economic Forum and China Green Foundation will undertake concrete measures together through 1t.org China Action to support the fulfilment of the contribution in China
Xie Zhenhua, China’s Special Envoy for Climate Change announced the country’s active response to the World Economic Forum’s 1t.org initiative, the platform supporting the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.

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