Unions: decline of BC’s forestry ‘neither inevitable nor acceptable’

The Tree Frog Forestry News
March 13, 2024
Category: Today's Takeaway

A new report by three workers’ unions says the decline of BC’s forest sector is “neither inevitable nor acceptable“. In related news: BC Premier Eby keynotes Forestry Workers’ Summit; Nova Scotia’s Bird Construction looks to mass timber; Ontario’s CHAR Technologies to build a biomass facility; Enviva restructures and files for bankruptcy; and the Finnish strike is taking an economic toll on pulp & paper producers.

In Forestry/Climate news: taking stock of Canada’s record wildfire season; NDP critic on Canada’s untracked logging emissions; a new study on threatened wildlife in Quebec’s boreal forests; BC looks to expand Clayoquot Sound protected areas; old-power lines threaten Texas forests; Wyoming issues wildfire mitigation report; and forestry news from Oregon’s latest legislative session.

Finally, giant redwoods in Scotland and tree felling in Vancouver’s Stanley Park?

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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