Canada’s GHG emissions rose in 2022 but remain below 2005 levels

The Tree Frog Forestry News
September 28, 2023
Category: Today's Takeaway

Canada’s GHG emissions rose 2.1% in 2022 but are still 6.4% below 2005 levels. In related news: Minister Wilkinson released Canada’s Carbon Management Strategy; and Jesse Kline makes the case for leveraging free markets to create GHG change. In other Business news: Weyerhaeuser downgraded its 3rd quarter outlook; West Fraser contributed to indigenous housing; updates on the Catalyst Crofton and Skeena Sawmill situations; and no names yet on helicopter that crashed, killing two near Prince George.

In Forestry/Climate news: EU forest degradation regulations in Canada’s crosshairs; court order preventing logging protests at Fairy Creek expires; windows smashed at World Forestry Center conference; new efforts launched to save the Whitebark Pines on US national park lands; and what’s in store for 2024 after Canada’s record wildfire season. 

Finally, the Canadian Institute of Forestry announced it 2023 award winners; and the Canadian Wood Council has a new-look brand.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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