Hurricane Fiona adds urgency to climate adaptation strategies

The Tree Frog Forestry News
September 29, 2022
Category: Today's Takeaway

After Fiona, climate experts urge Canada to fix flagship adaptation strategy, including gaps in homeowner insurance. In related news: a new report says adapting to climate change faster will save Canada billions; Stella-Jones helps Nova Scotia restore power; and Canada’s Pension Plan Board flexes its investment muscle. In other Business news: LP Dawson Creek responds to hog fuel fire; and AURELIUS acquires three of Sappi’s EU paper mills.

In other news: Alberta renews its forest management agreement with Tolko, Nobord and La Crete Sawmills; ENGOs urge SFI to retain ban on genetically engineered trees; and an international working group is pioneering a globally applicable carbon credit methodology for mass timber construction.

Finally, when it comes to choosing Industrial Matting, material does matter

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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