Native forests are the world's best and cheapest carbon stores and are more valuable as homes to wildlife, as water stores and are essential to the survival of our planet. Other Japanese paper companies have made the switch to plantation woodchips, why can't Nippon Paper?

Letter to
Nippon Paper Group
Director of Nippon Paper Fumio Manoshiro (Director of Nippon Paper)
Director of Nippon Paper Kazufumi Yamasaki (Director of Nippon Paper)
and 10 others
Director or SEFE Yuji Naruse (Director or SEFE)
Director of Nippon Paper Hironori Iwase (Director of Nippon Paper)
Director of Nippon Paper Shuhei Marukawa (Director of Nippon Paper)
Director of Nippon Paper Yoshimitsu Aoyama (Director of Nippon Paper)
General Manager of Corporate Planning Division, in charge of Subsidiaries and Affiliated Companies Toru Nozawa
Director of Nippon Paper Masaru Motomura
Nippon Paper Campaign
President, Nippon Paper Group Mr Yoshio Haga
Embassy of Japan, Canberra Trade Attache
Director, General Manager of Raw Material & Purchasing Division Haruo Fujisawa
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Nippon Paper Group.

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Stop using woodchips from native forest

Native forests are the world's best and cheapest carbon stores and are more valuable as homes to wildlife, as water stores and are essential to the survival of our planet. Other Japanese paper companies have made the switch to plantation woodchips, why can't Nippon Paper?

Sincerely,