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Eni to focus on saving African forests to offset CO2 emissions
29 May, 2019
Eni to focus on saving African forests
Eni's plan to offset emissions from its oil and gas operations will focus on working with African communities to prevent deforestation.The project is part of the Italian energy giant's goal of removing the equivalent of 20 million tons a year of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere by 2030. read more
A global map to understand changing forests
29 May, 2019
Changing Forests
An international collaboration of hundreds of scientists-led in part by the Forest Advanced Computing and Artificial Intelligence(FACAI) Laboratory in Purdue's Department of Forestry and Natural Resources-has developed the world's first global map of tree symbioses. read more
Brazilian pulp industry announces record reduction in water use
15 May, 2019
IBA
Veracel has announced its best result, breaking the internal record in reducing the use of water. The marker was 23.6 cubic meters of water for each ton of pulp produced. Previously, the best annual mark had been 25 cubic meters for each one ton produced. read more
Ahlstrom-Munksjö launches a new fiber-based solution for paper straws
15 May, 2019
IBA
Ahlstrom-Munksjö launches CelluStrawTM,a new fiber-based solution for drinking paper straws. Paper-based materials will enable key players of the food industry, such as fast-food chains, to demonstrate their high level of commitment to better protection of the environment... read more
Meeting Ethiopia’s growing demand for starch using mango seeds
3 May, 2019
CSIR
Located in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia currently imports 45% of its starch needs and, with the demand for starch expected to increase, this figure could become much higher. "A local supply of starch that does not compete with the food market is needed. read more

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