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Paul Trianosky receives SFI sustainability award


The Sustainable Forestry Initiative presented the Dr. Sharon Haines Memorial Award for Innovation and Leadership in Sustainability to Paul Trianosky at the SFI/Project Learning Tree annual Conference on June 15.

Trianosky, SFI’s Chief Conservation Officer, has laid the groundwork for SFI’s focus on the role of forest certification in advancing critical forest values relative to climate change, biodiversity, and water, according to the SFI.

“A hallmark of Paul’s career has been his ability to engage the wider conservation community to position sustainable forest management as a nature-based solution to conservation challenges,” Kathy Abusow, President and CEO of SFI, said in a statement.

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