Hornbach is a German DIY-store chain offering home improvement and do-it-yourself goods. They always places great value on working with suppliers who comply with the strict guidelines for environmental protection and sustainability. Therefore, when purchasing wooden products (eg log cabins, wooden decking, garden fences, brushes, etc.), they encourage their clients to pay attention to the FSC label. With their campaign title "Der Umwelt zuliebe!" (For the sake of the environment!) they are promoting the offer of sustainable products in their stores.
The DM chain is promoting its natural products line, with FSC certified wood in their social media (Instagram). Showing that one of its products (toothbrush) is made of FSC-certified beech wood and is free of petroleum and pesticide, the post highlights the importance of our brand. Moreover, the sustainability of the brand is not only committed with the responsible forestry, but also, with other good choices: by using wood from Switzerland, long transport routes are avoided, and the consumers can access to a more environmental-friendly product!
Country: Germany Language: German Date: 02-09-2019 Source: DM Instagram
Micys Company S.p.A., with their cosmetics brand Pupa, a famous Italian cosmetics manufacturer, also known in several countries in the world, launched a new "natural" make-up line called Natural Side, which also has FSC certified packaging with the logos of Forests For All Forever. This campaign is not only online but also off-line where their retail their products and in several magazines and has plans to be display on the points of sale abroad (more or less 70 countries).
Country: Italia and others Language: Italian Date: 04-2018 Source: FSC Italia
In partnership with Idesam, a Brazilian office carboneutralizes its activities. Reaffirming its commitment to the sustainable development of traditional forest communities, FSC Brazil invested R $ 10,000 to carbon neutral its actions and institutional activities in 2017, through a partnership with the Carbon Neutral Program of the Institute of Conservation and Development Of the Amazon (Idesam).
Country: Brasil Language: Portuguese Date: 2017 Source: FSC Brasil
Working closely with Deakin University and with the support of Tork® Professional Hygiene, FSC Australia has developed a series of lesson plans and activity sheets. These free lesson plans are available for primary levels from one up to six and are inline with AusVELS curriculum. The lesson plans and activities are creative and thought-provoking and cover topics including deforestation, ecology and the food chain.
Country: Australia Language: English Date: 18/04/2016 Source: FSC Australia
Find out how Aboriginal Peoples and FSC are creating places for dialog to help keep our forests for all forever. This film celebrates the many things in our lives that come from forests. It uses a simple story and stop-frame animation to bring forest products to life and helps us create an emotional connection with them.
Country: Canada Language: English (French subtitles available) Date: August 25, 2016 Source: FSC Canada
If I follow the 3Rs is that enough? Is it right to cut down trees? These are the questions author/artist Franke James asks on her journey to discover who cares about the forest. Join Franke James as she journeys into the forest and explores what each and every one of us can do to ensure that we have healthy forests and strong communities for generations to come.
Country: Canada Language: English Date: April 17, 2011 Source: FSC Canada
With around 8,500 tons of paper used in the restaurant-chain packaging across the globe every year, achieving the FSC stamp of approval on packaging in many restaurants was a big milestone. Eating out in countries with high waste production like Taiwan just became more sustainable! The Company joined WWF’s Global Forest & Trade Network program and set its fiber sourcing targets, including a preference for Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) packaging made from wood fiber.
All paper packaging used in McDonalds restaurants in Brazil now has the seal of the FSC® - Forest Stewardship Council®, one of the leading certification institutions for wood and by-products in the world. They did an animated video to tell the news to their clients.
Country: Brazil Language: Portuguese Date: 28/01/2015 Source:FSC Brazil