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.
A salute to America's veterans
Georgia-Pacific recognizes all the men and women who have served in the U.S. military, and the thousands of veterans who make up their dedicated workforce.
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.
The importance of family time and eating together
Learn why spending family time and eating together is a great way to promote a closer relationship with your family in this infographic by Dixie®.
Protecting the unparalleled beauty and natural resources of Georgia's 100-mile coast
Non-profit One Hundred Miles aims to ensure the landscapes, wildlife and communities of coastal Georgia thrive for generations to come.
A look at the longleaf pine [infographic]
Longleaf pine forests are among the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the world.
Then and now: A look at how manufacturing workers have changed
Georgia-Pacific has been at the forefront of manufacturing for decades, and over that span it has been a leader of a changing industry.
Student-run job shop at Green Bay school teaches valuable manufacturing and business skills
Local high schools are partnering with manufacturing firms to introduce students to real-world trades.
Get a closer look at the efforts to map our endangered forests
Join ornithologist Dr. Bruce Beehler as he explores Georgia-Pacific’s endangered forest mapping project in Crossett, Ark.