"A sea change in policies, direction and strategies will be required to reinstate our institutions to the position of prominence which they deserve," he said. "The system office will be at the forefront of those efforts in the years ahead."
"In the U.S., we have a declining pulp/paper sector partly because of cost of labor and also because of regulatory compliance," Henderson said. "That's a substantial cost. A lot of major paper companies U.S.-based companies close mills in the U.S. and open them in Asia, where they don't have those compliance costs."