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International Paper is a member of WWF's Global Forest & Trade Network (GTFN), which is focused on eliminating illegal logging and driving improvements in environmentally and socially responsible forest management. 

World Wildlife Fund is a global conservation organization. International Paper is a member of WWF’s Global Forest & Trade Network (GFTN), which is focused on eliminating illegal logging and driving improvements in environmentally and socially responsible forest management. International Paper’s participation in GFTN covers fiber sourcing for its North American and Brazilian mills, representing more than two-thirds of its global fiber volume.

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International Paper will not knowingly accept fiber from illegally logged forests, forests where high conservation values are threatened by management activities, or endangered forests - our participation in WWF’s Global Forest & Trade Network reaffirms this commitment.

International Paper and WWF Join Forces to Help Create First-Ever Science-Based Targets for Forests and Scale-Up Forest Restoration in Brazil

How much forest land—and what quality—is needed to ensure forests can continue to provide people, plants and animals worldwide with clean air and water, food and the goods and services they need to thrive?

Through a collaboration between WWF and International Paper, research will be undertaken to help answer the question of the quantity and quality of forestland needed for the planet to thrive. The outputs of this work will be used to help create the world’s first regional and global science-based targets for forests, as well as the first comprehensive set of guidance on actions that can be taken to sustain the world’s forests.