Sector: Forestry and Paper
The Forestry & Paper subsector consists of the Forestry Management and Pulp & Paper Products industry industries.
- The Forestry Management industry consists of companies that own and/or manage natural and planted forestry lands and timber tracts, or operate non-retail tree nurseries and rubber plantations. The industry conducts its operations on lands that can be company-owned or leased from public or private landowners. Companies typically sell timber to wood products manufacturers, pulp and paper producers, energy producers, and a variety of other customers. The industry’s largest companies operate primarily in and are domiciled in the U.S. and Canada. Some have international operations including in Brazil and New Zealand. While some integrated companies may also operate sawmills, wood products facilities, or pulp and paper facilities, sustainability issues arising from these activities are addressed in SASB’s Building Products & Furnishings (CG-BP) and Pulp & Paper Products (RR-PP) industry standards.
- The Pulp & Paper Products industry consists of companies that manufacture a range of wood pulp and paper products, including pulp fiber, paper packaging and sanitary paper, office paper, newsprint, and paper for industrial applications. Companies in the industry typically function as business-to-business entities and may have operations in multiple countries, such as the U.S., Canada, and Brazil . While some integrated companies own or manage timber tracts and are engaged in forest management, sustainability issues arising from these activities are addressed in SASB’s Forestry Management (RR-FM) industry standard.
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