Companies in the forest sector invest R$ 114 million to help Brazilians fight Covid-19 As we work to fight the coronavirus, companies in the planted forest sector are participating in a large-scale private initiative to help the country get through this crisis.
The Brazilian planted tree industry is essential for the fight of COVID19 Open Letter from Paulo Hartung, president of Ibá
Investment in the forest sector will reach R$ 32.6 billion by 2023 This value will go toward pulp, soluble cellulose, paper, and wood panels in six states during this period. Nearly 50,000 jobs will be created
Brazilian tree industry in defense of the Amazon Forest The Amazon is back on center-stage of international attention, albeit for reasons of justified concern. In light of recent news of widespread fires and increasing rates of deforestation, which has placed us all on alert, such an environmental crisis should serve as an opportunity for an all-out effort that mobilizes Brazil and the international community.
Exports of forest products reach US$ 2.8 billion in the 1st quarter of 2019 Cenários Ibá, the bulletin of the Brazilian Tree Industry (Ibá), notes a 2.3% advance in exports of forest-based products during the first quarter of 2019 compared with the same period in 2018.
Ibá’s education project has already reached 3,000 students Teachers at the Paula Souza Center receive training to pass on concepts related to sustainability and the planted tree sector.
Paulo Hartung is Ibá’s new executive president The Brazilian Tree Industry (Ibá), an association that brings together the productive chain of trees planted for industrial purposes, has announced that Paulo Hartung will become its new executive president as of next Monday, March 18.
Export values from the planted tree sector grew 25.5% in 2018 The trade balance advanced 28.4% with higher export values for three products: pulp, panels, and paper