Sustainability insights and resources

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Watch our webinar: Healthy forests & high-quality paper

The journey of paper begins in the forest and that's where we'll start. In this webinar, we take a deep-dive into sustainable and climate-fit forestry. 

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Sustainable forestry in Augsburg, Germany

How does sustainable forestry work in complex environments? Follow experts Stefanie Eichiner, senior manager sustainability at UPM, and Christian Ripperger, city forester in Augsburg – on a trip into the municipal forests of Augsburg!

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Renewable energy in Pyhäjoki, Finland

UPM’s commitment to reduce emissions by 65% by 2030 requires significant actions. UPM Communication Papers' investment in renewable wind power will decrease our emissions significantly, while it shows our commitment to sustainable paper production.

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Sustainable paper in numbers, 8 facts

Sustainable paper is the product of everything from responsible sourcing of raw materials, to sustainable paper manufacturing and recycling. At UPM, we're constantly working to improve all stages, as these facts about trees, forests and paper show.

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Sustainable paper production in the heart of Bavaria

Producing paper in an environmentally friendly way - UPM shows in Augsburg how this can be done. Waste paper is recycled, the central location in the middle of Europe and Bavaria ensures short transport routes and proximity to forests with the renewable raw material wood. For sustainability to work, it must be understood holistically.

 
 

News & stories

 

Downloads 

Brochures

3 steps to environmentally friendly paper

A quick guide to making a sustainable choice of paper

You and the EU Ecolabel

A quick guide to the EU Ecolabel

Making paper brochure

Learn the basics of papermaking

Other documents

EMAS reports

Paper profiles and certificates

 

 

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