On International Day of Forests, we discuss what it means to be “forest smart.”
Nearly 200 organizations have signed an open letter to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), calling for the agency to change how they define “forest” – the very landscape honored on International Day of Forests.
The most common uses of Canadian dairy normally include milk, cream, yogurt, butter and cheese.
President Donald Trump’s nominee for United States Trade Representative is vowing to end the long-running softwood-lumber dispute with Canada – whether by cutting a deal or fighting it out in trade court – and take Ottawa to task for not cracking down on counterfeit goods destined for the U.S.
A long-standing trade dispute between the U.S. and Canada over softwood lumber is heating up again.
Japan’s forestry sector is vastly understaffed, leaving lumber resources planted decades ago in danger of going to waste, according to a survey by The Nikkei.
Greenpeace admits its attacks on forest products giant were ‘non-verifiable statements of subjective opinion’
Now Greenpeace says it never intended people to take its words about Resolute’s logging practices as literal truth.
New York exports of ash wood, used in hard wood flooring, are unusually strong, said John Bartow, executive director of Empire State Forest Products Association.
Volunteers in India planted 50 million trees in 24 hours in order to fight climate change.
When Stefano Boeri imagines the future of urban China he sees green, and lots of it.
Canada’s ambassador to the U.S. says it’s too early to say how the Donald Trump administration will approach lumber trade, but he’s optimistic about the general approach to Canada so far.
The B.C. government announced $150 million in spending to “treat” forests to reduce wildfire hazards, rehabilitate forests damaged by fire and disease and increase B.C.’s carbon sink.
Two weeks after sending a tanker south of the equator for the first time, Neptune Aviation Services has its eyes on fighting fires year-round by entering the international market.
WWF welcomes FSC’s decision to disassociate from wood industry company Holzindustrie Schweighofer (HS), and calls on the company to take action against illegal timber trade and address weaknesses in its management of timber.
Canfor Corp., one of Canada’s top lumber producers, says fluctuating lumber prices are here to stay amid “the emotion and confusion” regarding potential duties on the country’s softwood exports to the U.S.
Deforestation has revealed the large geometrical geoglyphs built over 2000 years ago – their discovery holds valuable lessons for today.
Politics appeared to play a larger role than ever in Sunday’s Super Bowl.
The BC Lumber Trade Council and provincial government said they will try to convince American consumers, politicians and lumber buyers that an equitable softwood lumber deal is needed to avoid the damage that will result from import restrictions into the U.S. and higher prices.
SC Johnson, the maker of trusted household products like Pledge®, Glade®, OFF!®, and Ziploc® announced an acre-for-acre matching challenge to help protect the Amazon rainforest.
The head of Eastern Canada’s largest lumber producer said he is confident he can demonstrate to American authorities this month that the region deserves free and unencumbered access to the U.S. market.