From forest fires, to flooding, the effects of a changing climate are everywhere. HP Papers is helping protect and restore our forests- the biggest and most promising solution to climate change.
This is the story of a homeowner in California who watched on television as flames engulfed his home. He lost generations of family heirlooms. His story is about you.
This is a story of a girl whose school was destroyed by hurricanes in Puerto Rico. She and her family lived for months with no electricity. Her story is about you.
This is the story of a family in Nebraska whose corn crop was wiped out by the drought and heatwave. They lost their savings and the farm that’s been in their family for over 165 years. Their story is about you.
HP Papers is committed to improving the health of the environment. Below are just a few of the long-term benefits of HP’s Florida forest restoration project with the Arbor Day Foundation®.
trees planted this year
tons air pollution removed
tons carbon dioxide captured
million gallons of rainfall intercepted
Forests are one of the best ways to capture carbon and mitigate the earth’s rising temperatures, which is why HP is proud of its continued drive toward a Forest First* future that is focused on protecting, restoring, and improving the management of forests around the world. Through its zero deforestation commitment, FSC certification, and partnerships with the Arbor Day Foundation and local landowners, HP Papers is ensuring forests are here for generations to come.
All HP North American Papers are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®). FSC certification assures that the forests from which HP North American Papers are sourced from are responsibly managed, ensuring the growth of healthy forests for future generations.
HP Papers has partnered with the Arbor Day Foundation to plant trees in forests impacted by natural disasters. This year, HP Papers is planting 25,000 trees in a forest devastated by Hurricane Michael in 2018.
Paper & Packaging Board
American Forest Foundation
Arbor Day Foundation
The United Nations
World Wildlife Fund