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Five Reasons Why Your Estate Plan Needs Paper
Five Reasons Why Your Estate Plan Needs Paper

No one likes to think about death, but everyone should. We're all going to die someday. So why not greet the end of life with peace of mind, knowing that your estate plan is well organized and easy to find by those you leave behind?

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Paper and Wood Products Make Modern Life Possible
Paper and Wood Products Make Modern Life Possible

Our modern society is one that increasingly relies on technology for everyday life, work and study, yet the desire and benefits of paper and wood-based products remains consistent.

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Hard-Working Employees Drive Forest Product Industry Success
Hard-Working Employees Drive Forest Product Industry Success

The forest product industry directly employs approximately 950,000 men and women and supports more than twice that many derivative jobs in supplier industries and local communities. While the industry lost jobs during the Great Recession, our manufacturers have been adding jobs in recent years as the economy expands.

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Free and Fair Trade Critical to U.S. Pulp and Paper Industry
Free and Fair Trade Critical to U.S. Pulp and Paper Industry

During National Forest Products Week, we underscore the importance of free and fair trade to our industry.

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Making Forest Products with Carbon-Neutral Bioenergy
Making Forest Products with Carbon-Neutral Bioenergy

Did you know that paper and wood products manufacturers are the leading producers and users of carbon-friendly bioenergy of any industrial sector?

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Celebrating National Forest Products Week!
Celebrating National Forest Products Week!

National Forest Products Week (NFPW) is right around the corner, and we couldn't be more excited to get the party started!

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Editorial: Economy's future remains linked to Maine's forests
Editorial: Economy's future remains linked to Maine's forests

Since 2010, about half of Maine's pulp and paper mills have closed, devastating in just a few years' time an industry that took decades to build. To many communities, it felt like the end of something.

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Forests in Focus: helping family forest owners meet marketplace sustainability demands
Forests in Focus: helping family forest owners meet marketplace sustainability demands

Two Sides interviews Tom Pollock of GreenBlue about an innovative new tool allowing major corporations and family forest owners to work together on shared conservation goals.

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Football Tailgating and Paper a Natural Partnership
Football Tailgating and Paper a Natural Partnership

So on game day, remember to print out your tickets and that BBQ recipe, and whether you are a super fan of the game, the grill, or both; think about using paper.

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Opinion: To 'Save' Jobs, Wisconsin Republicans Set a Dangerous Precedent
Opinion: To 'Save' Jobs, Wisconsin Republicans Set a Dangerous Precedent

A plan to offer Kimberly-Clark $100 million in tax incentives to keep its operations in the state is crony capitalism at its worst.

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'The Irish Times' Business Person of the Month: Tony Smurfit
'The Irish Times' Business Person of the Month: Tony Smurfit

Smurfit Kappa chief executive Tony Smurfit has been chosen as The Irish Times Business Person of the Month for July, an award run in association with KPMG.

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Oh Canada, We Buy on Guard from Thee!
Oh Canada, We Buy on Guard from Thee!

Kruger Products Says Buying Canadian is the Obvious Choice

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Tariffs on imports of Canadian newsprint strike another blow to America's struggling newspapers
Tariffs on imports of Canadian newsprint strike another blow to America's struggling newspapers

America's newspapers are fighting for their lives. With the rise of the internet, the industry has faced enormous challenges as people have changed how they access news, which results in diminishing subscriber and advertiser revenue streams.

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Tariffs vs. a free press
Tariffs vs. a free press

Once profitable newspapers now survive on the thinnest of margins in the digital age.

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Privatization is Not the Answer to What Ails the Postal Service
Privatization is Not the Answer to What Ails the Postal Service

In its Government Reform Plan released this past week, the Administration made the case for privatizing the Postal Service, and preparing for an eventual change through recommendations coming in August from the President's Task Force on the Postal System.

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Tired of fake news? Turn to newspapers
Tired of fake news? Turn to newspapers

Do you use social media as a news source? Are you sure you can separate fact from fiction?

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Greenpeace Op-ed: This company promised to stop deforestation. But we caught them out.
Greenpeace Op-ed: This company promised to stop deforestation. But we caught them out.

APP (Asia Pulp & Paper) is Indonesia's largest pulp and paper company, and for the last five years Greenpeace has been watching and providing input to make sure it followed through on its promise to end deforestation.

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Fedex Office survey confirms that consumers and small business owners prefer print
Fedex Office survey confirms that consumers and small business owners prefer print

Results mirror consumer preferences for print reported by Two Sides & Toluna 2017 consumer survey.

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Celebrating the History of Sustainability
Celebrating the History of Sustainability

For more than 100 years, our industry's foresters have developed and promoted practices for responsible environmental management and harvesting of forestlands. There are 20 percent more trees in the U.S. today than there were on the first Earth Day in 1970, a testament to the success of these sustainability efforts.

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Leaving Millions in the Dark on Tax Day
Leaving Millions in the Dark on Tax Day

The IRS should reverse its decision and reinstate the supply of printed tax forms and instructions to U.S. taxpayers.

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Greenpeace: Talking is good, but the logging needs to stop
Greenpeace: Talking is good, but the logging needs to stop

"And the Greenpeace 'Golden Chainsaw Award' goes to... [dramatic pause for effect]... Magnus Groth, the CEO of Essity!"

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Protecting Your Identity During Tax Season with Paper
Protecting Your Identity During Tax Season with Paper

Paper should be an option for those who want to protect their personal information.

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Editorial: Help turn back an ill-conceived newsprint tariff
Editorial: Help turn back an ill-conceived newsprint tariff

A free press isn't free, but it shouldn't be artificially expensive.

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Celebrating Easter with Paper
Celebrating Easter with Paper

All of these paper-based traditions helped make Easter a special time.

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Paper and Digital Go Hand-in-Hand
Paper and Digital Go Hand-in-Hand

Paper and digital formats can work together to ensure that all citizens are properly served. The choice should be up to individual preference, not determined by regulators.

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