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22. Juli 2011

EPA Emissions Decision Puts Climate and Human Health at Risk

Dogwood Alliance, an organization focused on protecting Southern forests, called on utility companies, investors, and federal, state, and local governments to halt the further expansion of large-scale bioenergy projects, including burning whole trees in existing coal-fired power plants whil

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July 11th, 2011

Building Firewise communities

The National Fire Protection Association in the United States, has a Firewise Communities program that encourages local solutions for wildfire safety by involving homeowners, community leaders, planners, developers, firefighters, and others in the effort to protect people and pro

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July 7th, 2011

USA - GFP puts forests on market

Global Forest Partners LP (GFP) has put up for sale the plantation forests, freehold land and carbon assets held jointly by two of its New Zealand-based timber funds.

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20 June 2011

Southern Pine Beetle Outbreak in New Jersey: Another Example of Why Forests Should be Managed

A large faction of the American public has become convinced that the only way to
conserve our prized forests on public lands is to stop harvesting, prevent wildfires, and restrict or
exclude forest management. Too often this “lock it up and let it go” mentality can have
unintended, disastrous consequences, as demonstrated across the nation in recent years. The
extensive mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) outbreaks in lodgepole pine (Pinus

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July 1, 2011

NASF responds to national report on sustainable forests

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June 22, 2011

How Manomet Got It Backwards: Challenging the ‘Debt-Then-Dividend’ Axiom

Wood-to-energy from sustainably managed forests can provide net-zero carbon emission or even positive carbon sequestration if the woody biomass stock is not depleted or grows over time.

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June 28, 2011

Delaware environment: Seeing trees as sustainable

he Great Cypress Swamp once covered as much as 60,000 acres in Delaware and nearby Maryland.

Today the great swamp totals about 12,000 acres.

But even at its diminished size, it remains among the largest contiguous forests left on the Delmarva Peninsula.

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Jun 27, 2011

MWV to Improve Power Infrastructure at Covington, Virginia Mill

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Jun 29, 2011

WWF and Kimberly-Clark Corporation Announce New Global Commitment to Responsible Forestry

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June 17, 2011

PG&E carbon offsets come from protected forests

California's largest utility promises its customers green salvation through its ClimateSmart program.


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by Dr. Radut