Canadian border strike could disrupt North American supply chains

The Tree Frog Forestry News
June 3, 2024
Category: Today's Takeaway

The looming Canadian border agent strike could disrupt supply chains across North America. In other Business news: local BC union representatives react to Canfor’s closures; Twin Rivers Paper is fined for fisheries offence in New Brunswick; Corner Brook rejects Kruger’s plan to log near the city’s water supply; and West Fraser releases its sustainability report. Meanwhile: wooden high rises gain popularity; and the Paris Olympic Village features a mass-timber office building.

In Forestry/Climate news: a new report on the Boreal’s northward shift; Bjorn Lomborg says ‘the science’ doesn’t tell us what fighting climate change costs; the Narwhal on what is being done to survive wildfires; California battles a wind-driven wildfire east of San Francisco; a report on the rising cost of fire fighting in Arizona; and with the wildfire season upon us—here’s what the European Union is doing.

Finally, a new initiative calls on British Columbians to Stand Up For Forestry.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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