The forest fibre potential for the apparel sector
Andrés Ortolano, FSC Italy chain of custody manager, and Ruth Farrell, textiles marketing director at Eastman Naia, debate how and why the apparel sector is sourcing increasing amounts of wood-based fibre. There are clear supply risks, and they discuss what brands can do to ensure that their suppliers are environmentally sustainable.
The sustainable use of timber in construction
Panel discussion: FSC Project Certification assures your use of guilt-free materials, knowing they came from well-managed forests. Get your project certified, ensuring a lower carbon footprint, helping to fight climate change. Chair: Hattie Hartman, Sustainability Editor for the Architects’ Journal. Panel members: Jeremy Harrison, Forest Stewardship Council; Misak Terzibasiyan, UAArchitects; Giacomo Garziano, GGLoop Amsterdam.
Forest for the future podcast series. Episode 1: Why should FSC digitalize? Interviews with Kim Carstensen, CEO, and Michael Marus, CIO
Why is it so important that FSC invests in digital? Can tech tools really protect forests? And how will new tools impact current and future FSC certificate holders, retailers, NGOs, governments, researchers and consumers? That’s what we will ask the director of FSC Kim Carstensen and the CIO of FSC Michael Marus in this first episode of Forest for the future.
Forest for the future podcast series. Episode 2: How is GIS innovating FSC audits? Interviews with Joanna Nowarowska and Andrés Felipe Ramírez
In this episode we will be looking into how FSC is utilizing GIS tools to innovate the way audits are being informed and even performed. We will be diving into how GIS based tools can help FSC provide digital solutions to the new challenges we are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Because how does a certification system like FSC function, if auditors can’t travel and get on the ground? GIS based verification may be part of the answer.