Resolute and employees at our Kénogami (Quebec) mill are being recognized once again for our award-winning safety performance and innovative spirit. (more…)
We work and live in dozens of communities that depend on the forest for their economic and social viability. In this blog series, Resolute’s Forest Families, we are profiling families with a long history in the forest products industry – employees, suppliers, contractors and neighbors of Resolute – and asking them to share their stories of managing the resources in their care. (more…)
The 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) held in Paris recognized the urgency of global action to respond to the challenges of climate change. COP21 also highlighted how the impact of increased global temperatures will affect all regions and countries on Earth, but the hardest hit will be those already living in poverty and food insecurity.
The roots of Resolute Forest Products took hold in the midst of the Industrial Revolution. Starting in 1820 and over the following two centuries, the company grew from 20 sawmills along the banks of the St. Lawrence River to the 40+ pulp, paper, wood products and tissue facilities we operate today in the United States, Canada and South Korea.
An engineering career in forestry offers as many rewards as it does opportunities to solve challenges. That’s what candidates in the engineering graduate program discovered on the job at Resolute.
We’re posting a series of Q&As with our new grads – from Quebec to Calhoun and operations in between.