Dogwood Alliance

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Dogwood Alliance is a non-profit group based in Southern USA with the aim of "holding corporations accountable for the impact of their industrial forestry practices on our forest and communities." [1]

The Dogwood Alliance is a member of the Business Ethics Network and profiled in the WiserEarth database at here.

Their 2014 Annual Report notes:

"In 2014, we worked to guide International Paper to largely invest in the conservation and restoration of Endangered Forests in the region and become the worldwide leader in Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper. (FSC is the highest standard of forest certification there is.) We worked with Georgia-Pacific to map and eliminate Endangered Forests from their supply. We also worked closely with Domtar, supporting their move to 100% FSC certified products and helping them become the first company to integrate forest carbon management into their practices." [1]

Corporations Targeted By Dogwood Alliance

Contact Information




  1. "Dogwood Alliance", accessed December 2007.

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