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May 16th, 2012

New committee formed in British Columbia to examine mid-term timber supply

British Columbia’s Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Minister Steve Thomson applauded today’s decision of the Legislative Assembly to form a Special Committee on Timber Supply to examine and make recommendations about mid-term timber

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August 20, 2011

Time to fell obstacles to tracing wood products

There is a massive re-rating of native forest going on, even as world resolve to tackle climate change crumbles.

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Struggle about sustainable forestry in Malaysia

Prof. dr. Helias Udo de Haes (CML), member of the Dutch Timber Procurement Assessment Committtee (TPAC), describes the newest development on the advice of the committee about forestry in Malaysia to the Dutch government.

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FRA Welcomes Sustainable Forestry Initiative Pilot Bioenergy Project

A new woody biomass procurement project, launched by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), has attracted support from Forestry Research Associates (FRA).

The research and advisory consultancy provides fresh outlooks and consultancy services on all matters surrounding forestry investment, sustainability and forestry management and has spoken out in support of the new pilot scheme. The plan is to support sustainable forestry management by helping US-based bioenergy companies to purchase woody biomass.

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July 8th, 2011

Timber movement control technology transfered

The Brazilian computerised system for data recording in timber operations and trade called “Document of Forest Origin” (DOF) will

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May 17th, 2011

Transportation bottleneck in British Columbia

Wood products from British Columbia traditionally have moved south to the United States by way of rail or truck, and to a lesser degree, by sea.

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January 26th, 2011

Notices on their way to Ontario’s wood supply applicants

Ontario has chosen the winners of its wood supply competition and notices have gone out to the applicants.

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January 20th, 2011

British Columbia announces a federal/provincial $1.2 million program to boost First Nations forestry

$1.2 million in federal-provincial funding for the First Nations Forest Sector Technical Support Program will help First Nations with economic development in the forest and wood products industries, announced Minister of State (Sport) Gary Lunn a

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January 11, 2011

The Chocolate Solution

West Africa’s Guinean Rainforest once stretched unbroken from Guniea to Cameroon. Today, however, just 18% of the forest remains, in part due to the rapid expansion of slash-and-burn agriculture by small farmers growing cocoa, the source of chocolate.

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FOREST EUROPE (MCPFE) – a holistic approach to sustainable forest management

World forests are in the spotlight for good reasons. Deforestation and forest degradation continues at an alarming rate. The multiple crises of climate, finance and food require the need for action to limit deforestation and to manage our forests sustainably. This is necessary in order to mitigate climate change and to adapt forests to changes in temperature, water supply and other factors affected by changes in climate.


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by Dr. Radut