Tenth consecutive heat record confounds climate scientists

The Tree Frog Forestry News
April 9, 2024
Category: Today's Takeaway

The 10th consecutive monthly heat record has climate scientist hoping its an El Niño-related hangover. In related news: EU court gives mixed ruling on member-nations’ climate obligations; and climate changes hurts-and-helps pine beetle reproduction. In Forestry news: West Fraser permanently ceases use of glyphosate; BC and Namgis First Nation discuss new forestry agreement; Oregon ENGOs debate barred owl kill proposal; and Swedish researchers use chemical composition to identify illegal timber

In other news: the Wolastoqey Nation has its say in court on New Brunswick title claim; West Fraser and Lake Babine Nation agree to consolidate forest tenure; Australia looks to expand wood energy as ENGO’s denounce similar efforts in Canada and the US; and the latest financial updates on Enviva and International Paper.

Finally, a sold-out BC Council of Forest Industries conference kicks off tomorrow evening in Vancouver… with the Tree Frog editors in tow! Hope to see you there.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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