FSC Stories

This report provides an overview of what we’ve achieved in 2021, with the help of our members, employees and stakeholders around the world. We are proud of the work we’ve been able to do as we continue to deliver against our ongoing commitments and goals to protect FORESTS FOR ALL FOREVER. 

To showcase our successes over the past year, we’d like to share some stories and highlights from across the globe, which we have divided into 3 main categories, namely: Business | People | Nature

We invite you to join us as we share and celebrate the highlights of the past year.

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A major breakthrough for sustainability was achieved by Pirelli and BMW in 2021 with the introduction of the world’s first FSC-certified tyre.

The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) launched its Fashion Forever Green Pact.

In 2021, United Nations (UN) Climate Change launched the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action.

FSC participates in Amazon’s Climate Pledge Friendly program, which makes it easier for customers to discover and shop for more sustainable products.

FSC-certified paper was chosen by packaging innovators Paboco and Pulpex for use in developing their paper bottles.

The Forest Stewardship Council created the FSC Furniture Awards to reward FSC-certified companies in the indoor and outdoor furniture sector. 

FSC labels can be found on millions of products worldwide, from milk cartons and other food products to books and furniture.

The Appalachian region is the most extensive biodiversity ‘hotspot’ in the United States.

Consumers are increasingly concerned about sustainability issues associated with forests, according to research conducted by FSC.

FSC hosted a webinar series called Out of the Woods, designed to spotlight value chains linked to forests and the role sustainable forestry plays in protecting them.

Over 1,000 brands and retailers use an FSC promotional licence to show they care for the world’s forests.

FSC introduced transaction verification for wood pellets covering the major producer and consumer markets in Asia.

In a review, FSC uncovered several companies that deliberately carried false claims in the bamboo supply chain transaction verification.

Fraudulent claims can disrupt a supply chain, impacting businesses, workers, and forests.

Across the boreal forests of Canada, “grey ghosts” have roamed for hundreds of years.