Report Year Archives: 2015

NON-TRADITIONAL CELLULOSE PRODUCTS: OPPORTUNITIES FOR DIVERSIFICATION

NON-TRADITIONAL CELLULOSE PRODUCTS: OPPORTUNITIES FOR DIVERSIFICATION

This study was driven by the recent nanotechnology movement within the forest industries globally and considerations from leaders of the Australian forestry and wood manufacturing industry, reinforcing the need for a closer knowledge on this subject.
Insights obtained directly from the key developers of nanocellulose (NCC) products could maximise decision-making opportunities for innovation, diversification and development.

Dr Mihai Daian at NCC Concentration Unit CelluForce in Canada

Dr Mihai Daian at NCC Concentration Unit CelluForce in Canada

GOVERNMENTS SHOULD BUY INTO PLANTATIONS

GOVERNMENTS SHOULD BUY INTO PLANTATIONS

This report looks at how grower associations in Europe have fostered greater participation of private landholders in the forest industry. Industry should establish a business case for direct government investment in growing trees to establish critical mass in timber resources based on the public good benefits.