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July 17th, 2012

Quebec releases new 2012-2017 Forest Sector Transformation Strategy

Quebec‘s new 2012-2017 Forest Sector Transformation Strategy was unveiled Monday by the Ministère des Ressources naturelles et de la Faune (MRNF).

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June 6, 2012

Asia Pulp & Paper Pledges ‘Sustainable Forest Management’

Asia Pulp & Paper has pledged that by 2020 all of its suppliers will be certified under the voluntary Indonesian sustainable forest management scheme.

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Jun 7 2012

Global Environment raises Rs. 700 cr fund

Mumbai: Sustainable forestry-focused private equity (PE) firm, Global Environment Fund (GEF), has raised a Rs. 700 crore, small and medium enterprises (SME)-focused South Asia fund dedicated to India—the first niche fund of its kind in the coun

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29 Jun 2012

Gabon is ripe for the felling

Multinational companies are queuing up to do business in Gabon, despite questions being raised about the validity of President Ali Bongo Ondimba’s rule.

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Critical Need for Sustainable Forest Management Training in Peru

When it comes to sustainable forestry, the country of Peru is at a critical crossroads. On a trip to that country this spring, I met with government, industry and conservation officials regarding a proposed Spanish-language training center for their region.

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March 29, 2012

EBRD: Promoting sustainable forestry from Bratislava to Vladivostok

Our forests are a vital source of life to plants, animals and humans alike. Their trees do not merely provide a habitat for many species, but they also make the air clean and mitigate the effects of climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide.

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July 6th, 2012

Opinion-Editorial from British Columbia’s Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations

Ensuring a sustainable timber supply, with the right mix of tree species, is a top priority for the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations.

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3 July 2012

Plant trees, get paid

At least 2,500 farmers in the western districts of Uganda are earning extra cash to boost their livelihoods by planting trees alongside their crops in a scheme that is helping to sequester carbon dioxide.

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The false solutions of Rio+20

As evening falls, Albertina Francisco*, a farmer from the Nhambita community in Sofala province, Mozambique, returns home. She is tired after another day of work at her machamba (a term used in Mozambique to refer to a patch of farmland).

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26 June 2012

Rio+20: Forests form important foundation for a green economy

Forests constitute the vast majority of what is green on planet earth. The quest for a green economy at Rio+20 excited the full spectrum of the forest community – from forest industries to local forest rights-holder groups.


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by Dr. Radut