Tolko’s Pino Pucci succeeds Brad Thorlakson as president and CEO

The Tree Frog Forestry News
May 31, 2024
Category: Today's Takeaway

Tolko’s Brad Thorlakson has transitioned to executive chair and Pino Pucci is appointed president and CEO. In other Business news: the BC Supreme Court is set to decide on the fate of Northern Pulp’s deal; lumber tariffs are a priority for Unifor in upcoming CUSMA review; TimberHP’s wood-fibre insulation revives an old Maine paper mill; and CN Rail expands its firefighting fleet. 

In Climate news: Nelson Bennett opines on three Canadian net-zero reports; Stefan Labbe on Canada’s dire drought conditions; Roger Pielke’s climate change and drought presentation to a US Senate committee; and the UK Guardian on why carbon offsets dropped 61%. Meanwhile: Montana’s Governor on the value of active forest management; and South Carolina’s loggers struggle with mill closures. 

Finally, a once-booming lumber company-town in Michigan, told through its exhibits.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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