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Issue date: 
November 19, 2009

Forestry is improving at Ciego de Ávila province

According to data of United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, Cuba is one of the few countries of the world where forest areas grow every year.

Issue date: 
November 17, 2009

Finland ready to help Vietnam in wide-ranging issues

Finnish Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen says his country can provide Vietnam with equipment and technology to tackle environmental problems.

Special Session of the United Nations Forum on Forests

November 6, 2009: The United Nations Forum on Forests (UNFF) met in Special Session at UN Headquarters in New York on Friday, 30 October 2009. At the special session, delegates reached a decision on the need for urgent global action to catalyze funding for sustainable forest management around the world. (Link)

Canadian Government is investing in new opportunities for Canadian Forest Sector

The Government of Canada is investing in new commercial opportunities for Canada’s forest sector to ensure a competitive future for the industry, creating jobs and stimulating the economy. Today, David Anderson, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources, announced $17.8 million in Economic Action Plan funding to expand market opportunities for Canadian wood products.

The planet never needed more than now world forestry management

World Forestry Congress produces a message to be presented at COP 15
in Copenhagen

Forests do not naturally grow in straight lines

Forest negotiations recently have been featuring a lot of talk about something called “sustainable forest management,” or in climate policy parlance, SFM. 

Don't Demonize Deforestation - sovereignty matters as well!

October 2012, a note by the editor of ForestIndustries.EU: Although we wrote this article years ago, recent studies proof us to be right. The study "Forests or Agriculture: not necessarily an ‘all or nothing’ trade-off" came up with some interesting conclusions although the authors put higher emphasis on "emission reductions" than an "povertry reductions"...

Implications of the Markey-Waxman bill

Implications of the American Clean Energy and Security Act for conservation

June 26, 2009:Following today's passage of the American Clean Energy and Security Act (ACES) by the House of Representatives, The Nature Conservancy released a set of questions and answers with Mark Tercek, its chairman and CEO.

China forestry sector output totals $195 bln

China forestry sector output totals $195 bln, up 13% year on year


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