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Timber concessions are can be more effective in conserving tropical forests than other forest management systems, including protected areas.
This is evident looking at a current map of fires in Guatemala (Figure 1). 228 more words
The Lacey Act and EUTR are regulations that govern the trade of wood products in the United States and European Union. They hold domestic companies liable for wood that has been illegally harvested, processed, transported or traded even when the illegality occurs in foreign countries by foreign entities. 354 more words
We will no longer stand by and watch our forests die. Clean air, clean cool water, an abundant renewable timber resource and our region’s biological diversity are all threatened. 31 more words
Oregon’s forest store the equivalent of about 9.7 billion tons of carbon dioxide — roughly 150 times as much as the state emits per year. 74 more words
I was back in the woods with my ProSilva Ireland forest family last weekend. With foresters, ecologists, forest owners, tree-harvesters, forestry students and newcomers, we visited the beautiful broadleaf and conifer-mixed Raheen forest near Scariff in Co. 230 more words