Present your research at the conference Governing Sustain...
Are you engaged in sustainability and bioenergy? You will have an excellent opportunity to talk about your research on the conference Governing Sustainabilit...
How can we assess the rights and benefits of forest-depen...
by Jonas Dahlstrom, Programme Officer, RECOFTC – The Center for People and Forests The livelihoods of hundreds of millions of people in the Asia-Pacific regi...
Secretary Perdue urges state foresters to demand Congress...
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue urged State Foresters to join in calling on Congress to address the way the U.S. Forest Service is funded.
New biomaterial could replace plastic laminates, greatly ...
An inexpensive biomaterial that can be used to sustainably replace plastic barrier coatings in packaging and many other applications has been developed by Pe...
Edmonton designer harnesses forest smells with unisex fra...
Josh Smith's Libertine Fragrance is featured in new Edmonton Made gift guide featuring all local products.
University libraries break ground on high-density storage...
The new high-density storage facility, using cross-laminated timber for construction, will provide a climate-controlled environment for 1.8 million volumes w...
Governor: Greed drives lumber prices following hurricanes
Gov. Paul LePage is calling for a suspension of tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber to ease prices as families and businesses prepare to rebuild after hurric...
September 27 webinar highlights the economics of transpor...
Transportable biomass conversion facilities and the economics of using forest harvest residues to produce biochar, briquettes, and torrefied wood is the topi...
Inside Vancouver’s Brock Commons, the world’s tallest mas...
Brock Commons Tallwood House at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver has been completed and is now the tallest mass timber building in the world.
Interior secretary recommends easing of logging restricti...
The suggestion, part of a federal review of 27 monuments, puzzles Lucas St. Clair, whose family's foundation donated the Maine land to the federal government.
Controversy brews over new North Carolina wood pellet fac...
A controversy with reverberations across the Atlantic Ocean is brewing in Hamlet, North Carolina – a literal hamlet 120 miles northwest of Wilmington – where...
Missoula County expects to get more than $500K from Smurf...
Missoula County anticipates getting more than a half-million dollars from an equipment auction at the former Smurfit-Stone mill in Frenchtown.
Rising wood costs squeezing profits for overseas sawmills
SEATTLE, WA — Production cost margins for sawmills in Brazil, Russia and Finland have fallen during the first half of 2017, while they increased to the...
Transparency and Compliance Update: UNFCCC Reports on Tec...
The UNFCCC Secretariat has released three reports on the individual reviews of the annual submissions of Portugal, submitted in 2015 and 2016, and the Russia...
Lessons from a Gender-focuses Portfolio Review of Forest ...
Canada to host FSC meeting of global forestry leaders
MONTREAL – The General Assembly of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) will be held in Canada for the first time this fall. The meeting to d...
Pork Production Technician
Claresholm, AB CLS Consulting Ltd.
National Forest Week highlights sustainable management
VANCOUVER – The B.C. organization promoting National Forest Week (September 24-30) says it is a time for British Columbians to reflect on and learn more...
FOREST INDUSTRY WELCOMES START OF TRADE DEAL WITH EUROPE
Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) today expressed its support for the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the Eur...
Lives Saved by Forests
The interconnection of forests and people goes beyond forest management and forest products. This was dramatically illustrated during 2015 floods in Malawi w...
Child Caregiver - Private Home
Calgary, AB Thompson Legal Services
Ethnic Food Cook (Curry and Dosa)
Regina, SK Now Hiring
PERSONAL CARE PROVIDER-HOME CARE
Brampton, ON Thompson Legal Services
Vietnamese media encouraged to become “agents of change” ...
Hanoi, Viet Nam, 22nd September 2017 (World Rhino Day) —Approximately 70 influential guests gathered today in Hanoi for a World Rhino Day Seminar organ...
Food Service Supervisor
Mississauga, ON World Class Immigration Services Location: 230 Shellard Lane, Brantford, Ontario N3T5I5 Canada Salary$14.75 / Hour for 40 Hour...
Bookkeeper
Mississauga, ON World Class Immigration Services Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Tight deadlines, Attention to detail, Repetitive tasks, Work unde...
21 Sep: GFC commemorates day of struggle against monocult...
To mark this international day of struggle against monoculture tree plantations, we are publishing a striking photo essay about the role of eucalyptus planta...
Restaurant Supervisor
Mississauga, ON World Class Immigration Services Location: 1098 Peter Robertson Blvd, Brampton, ON L6P3A5 Salary: $17.00 / Hour for 40 Ho...
Retail Store Supervisor
Mississauga, ON World Class Immigration Services Ability to Supervise: 5-10 people   Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Fast-paced environment, ...
Assistant Manager Retail- Gas Bar/Service Station - NOC 0621
Vegreville, AB SRZS Enterprises Inc
New Opportunity for Early-Career Scientists
The IUFRO-EFI Young Scientists Initiative (YSI) is the latest collaboration between IUFRO and the European Forest Institute (EFI) and will offer 5 grants for...
PEFC General Assembly in Finland – a first for a Nordic c...
In connection with the assembly a series of events will be organised during the week of 13 to 17 November […]
VTT makes progress with testing recycled fibres – novel w...
The first fibres made of recycled cotton have been produced at the pilot factory of VTT Technical Research Centre of […]
New study assesses effects of Natura 2000 in forests
Forests are of crucial importance for Natura 2000, the EU-wide ecological network of protected areas. Nearly 25% of the total forest area in the EU is part o...
Professional foresters will investigate concerns about roads
VANCOUVER – Engineers and Geoscientists BC and the Association of BC Forest Professionals are taking action to address concerns raised by the Fore...
New study shows unfettered bird trade in Viet Nam
Viet Nam, 21st September 2017— A new study warns that Viet Nam’s sizeable trade in wild birds is going unchecked and could harm wild populations ...
IFIT seeking bioeconomy project proposals
OTTAWA – Natural Resources Canada has announced a call for proposals for funding of the next wave of innovative, first-in-kind technologies aimed at fo...
Norbord donates $1 million to HBI for hurricane reconstru...
TORONTO – Norbord Inc. is pleased to announce that it is donating US$1 million to the Home Builders Institute (HBI) to help with the rebuilding efforts...
America First is making Canada rich
Donald Trump’s policy on trade since becoming president has been all about putting “America First” but in one corner of the commodity world, his actions are ...
Timber biofuels need government incentives
With a number of coal-fired power stations tipped to close over the next decade, the Queensland timber industry says it could help alleviate any energy short...
A long-awaited reader on gender and forestry
New book launched at IUFRO Congress
Lower environmental standards for forestry
Environment Southland, New Zealand has expressed concern that forestry operators will be allowed to operate at lower environmental standards than others, und...
Dr Payn takes Chair of Sustainable Forestry NZ
Scion’s Dr Tim Payn, is the first Chair of Sustainable Forestry for the Bay of Plenty and South Waikato regions. Source: Timberbiz This new role is the produ...
NZ goes to polls, who stands behind forestry
New Zealand elections always bring together some novel alliances. The 2017 Election to be held on 23 September is no exception on this front for WPMA. Source...
Waiting for Turnbull’s timber promise to materialise
Local timber workers are waiting at the ready to deliver Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s vision for a stronger timber industry, according to Deniliquin’s G...
Wood to buy Mirboo state forest
A South Gippsland landowner has offered to buy state forest to prevent the timber being harvested by Victorian Government owned logging company VicForests. S...
Heyfield bought for $40m
Taxpayers are forking out at least $40 million to buy the beleaguered Heyfield timber mill in Gippsland, with the existing management becoming a shareholder ...
Tasmania’s pulpwood plantation get the chop for $60m
A deal to sell Tasmania’s 29,000ha of pulpwood plantations for $60.7 million has been described as a strong outcome by the State Government — and a “fire sal...
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