Very familiar with lignocellulose biomass characteristics, the pulp and paper industry is fully aware of its potential and the many alternatives that may soar in the next years. The growing agenda of interests among players in the forest base sector takes on a special nature in a scenario favorable for changes: the
world is convinced of the urgent need for transformation to combat climate change. Transforming pulp and paper production units in even more optimized mills, or yet, in biorefi neries, transforming the current portfolio intosomething much more diversifi ed, robust and apt to demands of the bioeconomy, are just a few examples of chapters in this signifi cant evolution that promises to
mark the sector over the next decades.
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