Mosaic’s Rob Gough Resigns, Duncan Davies Appointed CEO

The Tree Frog Forestry News
May 30, 2024
Category: Today's Takeaway

Mosaic Forest Management’s Rob Gough resigns for health reasons, Duncan Davies is appointed new CEO. In other headlines: JD Irving proposes $1.1 billion overhaul of its Saint John pulp mill; the Makah Tribe opens new sawmill in Noah Bay, Washington; McGill University researchers on biomass recycling with CO2 capture; and The Nature of Things on the dark side of toilet paper.

In Wildfire news: why Canada is riddled with them; Canada’s most at risk municipalities; BC’s snowpack is well below normals; significant damage has already been done; the NY Times on saving Banff National Park with logging; training firefighters to combat wildland urban interface areas; and the importance of mental health support for those impacted. Meanwhile: ENGO’s push back on BC’s old-growth claims, and US Senators want the feds to increase timber sales.

Finally, the Fraser Institute says Canada’s net zero targets are neither feasible nor realistic.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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