BusinessGreen Zero Deforestation Hub
News and analysis exploring the challenges businesses face as they seek to tackle global deforestation
BusinessGreen's Zero Deforestation hub, hosted in association with Asia Pulp and Paper, brings you news and analysis on one of the most pressing issues facing businesses as they shift to a low carbon economy.
Aida Greenbury talks to BusinessGreen about how the company is working to eliminate deforestation
Catch up with BusinessGreen's Twitter debate on the practical steps companies can take to eliminate deforestation from their supply chains
Hour long debate hosted in partnership with APP and featuring Greenpeace's John Sauven, Unilever's Hannah Hislop, CDP's Katie McCoy, and TFT's Scott Poynton
Aida Greenbury of Asia Pulp and Paper calls for more governments and businesses to formally adopt zero deforestation policies
New research shows consumers are willing to pay more for palm oil from sustainable sources as long as it helps fund conservation efforts
CDP's Katie McCoy explains how consumer facing businesses are beginning to tackle the problem deforestation
TFT's Scott Poynton's new and free to download book argues the case for a fresh approach to solving social and environmental problems
Leading paper producer reveals how its high-profile zero deforestation strategy is seeking to embrace a 'landscape approach'
BusinessGreen outlines the key steps firms need to take when developing a sustainable forest supply chain
Hour long debate on Tuesday June 30th to be hosted in partnership with APP, joined by Greenpeace's John Sauven, Unilever's Pier Luigi Sigismondi, CDP's Katie McCoy and TFT's Scott Poynton
Examining the practical steps that businesses can take to eliminate deforestation from their supply chains
Activists confront ship carrying wood from controversial Brazilian supplier, prompting Belgian importer to launch investigation
New CDP Forests report highlights rise in businesses pledging to end deforestation in their supply chains, but says more work is now needed to make good on those commitments
APP's Aida Greenbury says protecting the world's forests is everyone's responsibility
Environmental campaigner and sustainability advisor Tony Juniper takes a closer look at the multinational's decision to end deforestation
APP's head of sustainability explains the challenges the company has faced ending deforestation
Catch up with BusinessGreen's Twitter debate with Aida Greenbury, managing director of sustainability for Asia Pulp and Paper
In 2010 Nestlé made a public commitment to have no association with deforestation - Benjamin Ware, Nestlé’s manager of responsible sourcing, explains how the multinational is working towards that goal
"Too many UK firms have delivered ever-more-grandiloquent panegyrics to the glories of the rainforest - while doing precious little to actually protect them"
Justine Greening underlines the government's commitment to helping communities around the world phase out deforestation
Governments and businesses across the world are working to arrest the loss of forests, but financial and political barriers remain
Greenpeace's Andy Tait says companies should commit to traceable supply chains, but remember it is just a means to an end
Retailers sign up to Fashion Loved by Forest initiative, as Kering partners with London College of Fashion to promote sustainable design
Scott Poynton of The Forest Trust highlights the growing unity between businesses and NGOs in tackling deforestation
Karin Burns calls on more companies to embrace REDD+ to increase the economic value of forests
Investors welcome commitment but call for Bunge to set deadline for delivering sustainable palm oil
Aida Greenbury of Asia Pulp and Paper explains how bottom line performance and sustainable forests can be combined to help deliver 'a green economy for Indonesia'
Join BusinessGreen, in association with Asia Pulp and Paper, for an interactive day exploring the challenges businesses face as they seek to tackle global deforestation
APP's Aida Greenbury explains the potential impact of the New York Declaration on deforestation
150 world leaders and businesses have pledged to end deforestation by 2030. Read the promise here