How One Georgia-Pacific Employee Is Making a Difference
Heather Smyth started a backpack program to help meet the needs of children at rural Big Island Elementary School in Virginia.
We are Georgia-Pacific
At Georgia-Pacific, we're more than consumer products and paper.
A salute to our veterans
On Veteran’s Day, we are reminded that freedom is not free. Meet one Georgia-Pacific vet and the learn how being in the Army influenced him.
Supplying school kids with a chance at success
Georgia-Pacific helps provide basics for the children most in need.
Georgia-Pacific enlists high school students to design a monorail
In partnership with Project Lead the Way, GP engineers oversaw the design of a new monorail for its Palatka Mill and provided a priceless learning opportunity in the process.
Can a corrugated box help save the planet?
Sustainably sourced, GP's corrugated boxes are anything but run of the mill.
Creating an accessible local park, by hook or by flashlight
Discover how one man helped a team of volunteers take a local Atlanta park from a tangled mess of overgrowth to a hospital haven complete with trails.
GP Cellulose & the Green Hand Project: Helping provide safe, healthy schools in China
For every metric tonne of Golden Isles fluff pulp purchased through 2017, GP Cellulose will donate $1 to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.
Think you know how to recycle? Think again.
How2Recycle makes it easy to understand recycling instructions for all types of plastic packaging — just look for the label.
Stephanie is a research scientist at the Innovation Institute for Georgia-Pacific Consumer Products in Neenah, WI.
How to clean kids' toys [Infographic]
Try these tips to wipe away germs and tackle tough dirt.
St. Johns River Center brings knowledge, fun to Florida students
Children learn how daily life and the environment intersect at new wetlands education center in Palatka, Fla.