Tag: plantations

Notebook today, packaging tomorrow.

Paper and cardboard, produced in Brazil, has its origins in planted trees, a renewable resource. This paper can be recycled and transformed into new products. But we need your help! Ibá (Indústria Brasileira de Árvores/Brazilian Tree Industry) presents its new educational video “Recycling, it’s up to all of us” which encourages consumers to recycle the wide variety of paper and cardboard packaging. The video clearly presents the entire paper and recycling process; starting from the trees planted to produce paper to…

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There are more formally protected grasslands and natural forests under management of the plantation industry, than in any other commercial land use sector. Photo: Mondi
There are more formally protected grasslands and natural forests under management of the plantation industry, than in any other commercial land use sector. Photo: Mondi

In June, I represented both Forestry SA and PAMSA at an event hosted by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries at the CSIR. We had put up some banners depicting plantation trees and set up a table with an array of printed brochures.…