Over the last three months, FPInnovations hosted four webinars centered around the topic of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) within the context of the pulp and paper industry in Canada.
When incorporating climate change into your next forest operations plan, the Climate Vulnerability Forest Management (CVFM) tool may be a useful resource. The CVFM tool shows the historical and projected trends for climate indicators identified to be most related to climate events that impact forest operations.
In March 2017, the Québec Ministère des Ressources naturelles et des Forêts (MRNF) and Ministère de l’Économie, de l’Innovation et de l’Énergie (MEIE) launched the SM2 Initiative (also known as Smart Manufacturing 2.0), a program aimed to address structural competitiveness issues for Eastern Canadian sawmills and to promote the emergence of a new paradigm for increased diversification of new products and applications based on smart and agile technologies.
SmartDriver for Forestry TrucksDriverSmartDriver for Forestry Trucks has moved to a new host website. Same great content, but now located with Natural Resources Canada’s other commercial driver training programs, such as SmartDriver for Highway Trucking.
View the list of FPInnovations’ most recent reports, publications, and recordings, as well as other items recently made available through the research library. Click on any title for more information.
FPInnovations’ anticipated course, the Pulp, Paper, and Bioproducts course, will take place from October 24 to 28, 2022 with on-site (Montreal, QC) and on-line participation options.
With almost 362 million hectares of forest, Canada accounts for 9% of the world’s forests. Each year over the last 25 years, about 7,300 forest fires have occurred, representing an average of about 2.5 million hectares burnt annually.
A new report published by FPInnovations, Modeling a Continuous Digester Extraction Zone, by an Approximated Flow Model, is now available for viewing and downloading from FPInnovations’ online research library.