- Global Forest & Trade Network (GFTN)
The GFTN is a WWF’s initiative to eliminate illegal logging and drive improvements in forest management while transforming the global marketplace into a force for saving the world’s valuable and threatened forests. It links more than 150 companies, communities, NGOs, and entrepreneurs in more than 18 countries around the world in creating a new market for environmentally responsible forest products.
- New Generations Plantations (NGP)
NGP believes these plantations for timber, paper and energy should be in harmony with the natural environment and make a positive contribution to the lives of people living around them. Participants improve their own plantation practices with the help of each other's good examples using the requirements of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification. Companies participating in NGP have nearly 100% of their plantations certified according to FSC standards.
- Environmental Paper Company Index (EPCI)
The pulp and paper sector carries a major environmental footprint, including in some of the most threatened and fragile ecosystems in the world. WWF launches a tool every two years to promote transparency and continual improvement in the global pulp, paper and packaging sector. The Environmental Paper Company Index 2017 is published for the fifth time and evaluates the ecological footprint of some product lines of the biggest pulp and paper companies, to drive the industry towards a sustainable future.
- Check Your Paper
Check Your Paper raises awareness on key environmental parameters to evaluate the forest, climate and water footprint of pulp and paper products. It helps you assess how environmentally friendly your pulp and paper is. It also provides a choice of pulp and paper products with high environmental standards for an environmentally aware market segment.