Christmas tree shortage has family-owned lots worried abo...
We know it’s a bit early to talk about Christmas, but after Thanksgiving dinner when you head out this weekend to shop, you may want to add a Christmas tree ...
Chinese logging ban to boost demand for foreign timber
A logging ban in China’s natural forests will likely increase its demand for foreign logs, but the impact on the Northwest’s timber market is uncertain.
Brazil exporter shipping massacre-linked illegally logged...
Endangered Amazon hardwood sold by a Brazilian exporter allegedly behind the massacre of nine farmers this year is being sold unimpeded around the world, Gre...
Timber buildings are growing in popularity, but are they ...
Builders in Oregon will break ground early next year on this country's tallest building made primarily of wood.
Railroad ties will put wood on fast track to higher prices
Increased demand for railroad ties could drive prices for hardwoods higher.
Freres November market report: Positive wood products mar...
Expected and unexpected events affect the wood products markets.
Research finds wood pellets cut home heating GHGs in half 
Using wood pellets for home heating fuel reduces greenhouse gas emissions by more than half over fossil fuels and natural gas, according to new research from...
Canfor announces $28 million expansion
Canfor Southern Pine announced today that it will make a $28 million expansion to its Moultrie facility.
Rayonier takes long road to close Tembec deal
Almost six months to the day.
Canadian firms may build new sawmills in U.S. South
Two Canadian-based companies, both in recent years having purchased and now operating multiple sawmills in the U.S. South, are considering building greenfiel...
Ellerslie Road in Yoker is now the tallest timber structu...
CCG (Scotland) Ltd is preparing for further growth after reporting a strong year with turnover exceeding £134 million – up 18% on 2016’s figures.
Shuttered timber property in Whitefish seeks new life 
Casey Malmquist has a vision for revitalizing another former industrial hub, this time in Whitefish.
Ramboll develops new cross-laminated-timber building in L...
Engineering and construction consultancy Ramboll have leveraged a new building technique in order to design a new development in Dalston, London.
In Brooklyn, two mass timber mixed-use buildings will ris...
The country’s tallest wooden building may be on the rise in Oregon, but here in New York City, timber hasn’t taken off as a new building material.
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Timberwest Forest Corporation continues donating to conse...
Published November 20th, 2017 by TimberWest – Source November 7, 2016 saw TimberWest Forest Corp. donate the 94.5 hectare Somenos lakebed to Ducks Unli...
China’s ban on logging increases demand for foreign logs
A ban on commercial logging natural forests in China is expected to boost the country’s demand for foreign logs. A logging ban in China’s natural forests wil...
Work to do to plant a billion trees in NZ
The forestry industry needs to highlight career and economic opportunities if it is to meet a government proposal to plant a billion trees nationally in the ...
Timber centre for Maryborough
Maryborough MP Bruce Saunders has proposed a new timber centre to help skill up workers for the region’s timber industry. Source: Fraser Coast Chronicl...
Moreland wins safety award at OneFortyOne
Harvesting contractor Moreland Holdings was a popular winner at the OneFortyOne Plantations inaugural safety awards taking out a major award for “Group or Co...
VicForests replies to court proceedings
An environmental group has issued legal proceedings regarding VicForests operations under the Central Highlands Regional Forest Agreements (RFAs). Source: Ti...
Courting another forest fight
Exemptions allowing logging to occur in Australia’s native forests without approval under federal environmental law are being challenged in court as lawyers ...
Log prices drive harvesting in NZ
High logs prices are being driven by the domestic market and Chinese exports. These logs are stacked for export at the Taranaki port. Source: Stuff NZ Forest...
Does North East Alliance have wrong end of the stick
The North East Forest Alliance (NEFA) has described a plan to provide up to one million tonnes of trees each year to generate electricity as sheer madness. S...
Slow down wood supply in New Zealand
A forestry consultant is calling for the New Zealand forest industry to shorten the harvesting period for radiata pine trees to plug a predicted slow-down of...
Clearly wrong – deforestation in Queensland
When you think of devastating deforestation and extinction you usually think of the Amazon, Borneo and the Congo. But eastern Australia ranks alongside these...
AFPA backs processing facility in Tasmania
A new wood fibre processing facility in southern Tasmania will inject much needed investment, enhance industry efficiency, and create sustainable long-term j...
Scientists dispute missing dryland forests
Writing in the journal Science, a team led by Daniel Griffith, a postdoctoral scientist in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University, argues that dr...
FPAC AND CCFM PRESENT SIXTH ANNUAL SKILLS AWARDS FOR ABOR...
November 22, 2017 – CALGARY: Today, Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) and the Canadian Council of Forest Ministers (CCFM), were proud to present t...
Bi-Coastal Reforestation in Iceland
American Forests and Alcoa Foundation are partnering to plant 45,000 trees in Iceland by 2019. The post Bi-Coastal Reforestation in Iceland appeared first on...
Giving Thanks, but Not for Turkey-Powered Energy
A Minnesota utility wants to shut down a biofuel plant that runs on turkey droppings and wood. Loggers and truckers are suing to save it.
Who Destroys the Last Taiga Wilderness in Arkhangelsk oblast
In June 1992, Rio de Janeiro hosted the famous United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, which proclaimed that environmental protection shoul...
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EFI and Euronews partner for new 360 video story on Portu...
The European Forest Institute has collaborated with European broadcaster Euronews on a ground-breaking 360-degree video on wildfires in Portugal . Euronews' ...
Chinese internet giants launch alliance to combat wildlif...
Beijing, China, 22nd November 2017 —Internet companies based in China today announced the formation of a new alliance to combat wildlife cybercrime. Th...
Engaging local communities in conserving a threatened for...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 21st November 2017— TRAFFIC geared up its engagement with local communities near a critically important forest for wildlife con...
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Ordenamiento Territorial San Juan Nepomuceno
Integrando la biodiversidad en la planificación territorial de Colombia Work area:  Environmental Law Protected Areas Location:  South America
Forests vital for global food security
CIFOR scientists explain why at the EAT Food Forum in Jakarta
A New Take on an Urban Forest
We built a forest in New York City's Times Square with our partner LightStream. See a recap of the exciting event! The post A New Take on an Urban Forest app...
Cutting the People’s Tree
When Kirsten Kaiser the Three Rivers District Ranger called and asked if I would consider being the sawyer for the 2017 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree, I just a...
Global Forest Watch Canada has closed its doors
The Board of Directors would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the wonderful staff of our organization who have worked hard, over many years, to watch ...
Forest Initiatives Announced in Bonn Target Sustainable M...
Stakeholders launched the Global Platform for the New York Declaration on Forests, and national REDD+ strategies for Ghana, Nigeria and Uganda during the UN ...
Rayonier completes acquisition of Tembec mills
MONTREAL — Seven Quebec and Ontario sawmills are now owned by a specialty cellulose company based in Florida. Rayonier Advanced Materials has greatly d...
Earnings at Canadian sawmills “above average” on global s...
VANCOUVER – A recent global benchmarking survey from Wood Markets (FEA-Canada) has once again placed mills of the U.S. South at the top. The U.S. South ...
FPInnovations announces new president and CEO
MONTREAL – An experienced research leader will take over as president and CEO of FPInnovations on Dec. 14. Stéphane Renou replaces Pierre Lapointe, who has h...
Forestry coalition takes concerns to Ontario legislature
A coalition of municipal and Indigenous leaders, chambers of commerce, unions, and forest professionals are going to Queen’s Park on November 22 to dispel mi...
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