Natural habitat beckons migrant birds on journey north
Join ornithologist Dr. Bruce Beehler as he explores Georgia-Pacific’s Wildlife at Work conservation project in Monticello, Miss.
Students put poor performance scores in check
Find out how the game of chess elevated a Memphis, Tenn., elementary school from being one of the state’s lowest performers to one of its highest.
Recycling: It's never a waste.
87 million tons of material is diverted to good use instead of to a landfill each year.
A field trip for the future: Students receive environmental education on the Fenholloway River
Find out how Georgia-Pacific is working to develop the next generation of scientists and engineers.
Georgia-Pacific Supports the Atlanta Science Festival
The Atlanta Science Festival Exploration Expo is an interactive day of demos, hands on activities and stage shows celebrating local science and technology. Georgia-Pacific employees volunteered to host a booth allowing families to explore the process of paper-making.
Science Saturdays and Girls Engaged in Engineering
The Georgia-Pacific Foundation brings the wonders of science and engineering to kids
What is "Carbon Neutrality"?
The American Forest and Paper Association and the American Wood Council explain the complex issue of biomass carbon neutrality in only 90 seconds.
Improving Paper Recycling
Paper recycling in the U.S. is a success story... thanks to you!
What you should know about cold and flu
Learn the basics for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cold and flu
Business and environment: Hand in hand
Business, job creation, and environmental protection can go hand in hand
Cleanup at Lacamas Lake
The event is a chance to give back to the community the mill has called ‘home’ for decades
'Paint Your Heart Out' in Brownsville, Oregon
Employees of the Georgia-Pacific mill in Halsey, Oregon, spent a Saturday morning sprucing up a local food bank