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CIFOR -2 hours ago

Q+A: Natural climate solutions...

Interview with Conservation International scientist Bronson Griscom...

timberbiz -3 hours ago

Portal opens to track forestry...

The Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI) launched a portal – the first such comprehensive platform – to track international capacity development support to developing countries in forest monitoring for climate action. Source: Timberbiz The portal – the GFOI Inventory of Ac...

timberbiz -3 hours ago

Canadian sawmills gain market ...

Softwood lumber import in China during January-February 2019 totalled 3.82 million m³ (+16% compared with 2018). This is a new record and the seasonally adjusted trend line for the Chinese import of softwood lumber is increasing at a record high level according to Jenny Wessung, CEO at the analysis...

timberbiz -3 hours ago

India launches anti-dumping pr...

Newsprint prices for imports from Australia, Canada, European Union, Hong Kong, Russia, Singapore and United Arab Emirates are below “selling price and non-injurious price for the domestic industry” claims the Indian Newsprint Manufacturers Association (INMA). Source: Euwid In...

timberbiz -3 hours ago

Regular log trains start from ...

Regular log trains began running between Wairoa and Napier Port in New Zealand on Sunday 26 January following completion of the new log yard in Wairoa. The log trains were reopened following funding through the Provincial Growth Fund which enable the rail line to reopen. Source: Timberbiz The NZ G...

timberbiz -3 hours ago

VicForest assessing proposed h...

VicForests is investigating the suitability of a coupe (Apu) in Warburton for harvest. As part of this process VicForests is consulting with the Warburton community and conducting surveys and studies of the area. Source: Timberbiz Consultation with community is integral for VicForests’ planning...

timberbiz -3 hours ago

SETA forestry scientist says A...

Spokesperson for South East Timber Association (SETA) Peter Rutherford, a forestry scientist of 40 years standing, claims the RMIT/ABC fact check on prescribed burning rates in NSW had failed to compare correct data sets. Source: Timberbiz “Fire researcher, Dr Philip Zylstra stated that pre...

timberbiz -3 hours ago

WPMA blames demise of mills on...

Brian Stanley New Zealand’s Wood Processors and Manufacturers Association chair penned an open letter to express its deeply felt regrets regarding the announcement of intent of closure of another wood processing mill in New Zealand and the loss of yet more jobs in the regions. Source: Timberbiz M...

timberbiz -3 hours ago

Fire recovery process will sho...

One thing you can be certain of in the timber industry is that you would have experienced fire before. Some fires are worse than others and fires have significant impacts on the industry, whether it be plantation or native based. However, even if impacted upon, it does not mean the industry is o...

timberbiz -3 hours ago

Cudlee Creek Forest closure...

ForestrySA’s Cudlee Creek Forest Reserve is closed until further notice, as a result of damage sustained in recent bushfires. Cudlee Creek Forest Reserve is located within the Mount Crawford Forest Reserve. Source: Timberbiz This section of forest contains the Mawson Network Trails, which is commo...

timberbiz -3 hours ago

More timber companies join the...

High Country Truss & Frames and Dahlsens have also joined the efforts to help with the bushfire recovery in New South Wales and Victoria respectively. Source: Timberbiz Owners David and Elizabeth van der Plaat from High Country Truss & Frames have been helping transport feed to the NSW Sout...

Mongabay -19 hours ago

Impending Amazon tipping point...

Models and real-world events indicate that, unless action is taken now, up to 70% of the Amazon rainforest could become savanna in under 50 years, with huge carbon releases, destabilizing global climate....

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