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Trees to Pellets? Fort Nelson’s Future H...

Trees to Pellets? Fort Nelson’s Future Hangs in the Balance
150 ViewsThe residents of Fort Nelson know the harsh economic realities of resource dependency better than most rural British Columbians… Click on the article below to continue    ...

Biochar Potential To Enhance Forest Resi...

Biochar Potential To Enhance Forest Resilience, Seedling Quality, and Nursery Efficiency
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CO2 emissions from forestry are a surgin...

CO2 emissions from forestry are a surging climate threat
429 ViewsCanada’s vast managed forest lands used to be critical allies in our climate fight and efforts to build a sustainable, carbon neutral forestry economy. That’s because these forests used to be healthy enough to absorb the huge amounts of CO2 created by the logging industry’s harvests — plus lots more.  ...

FESBC funding is public purse funding

FESBC funding is public purse funding
446 ViewsFESBC funding is public purse funding, not from yet to be legislated carbon tax on the burning of slash piles as promised by the NDP provincial government. Although the funding is good for Seaton Forest Products and reduction of the burning of whole logs, the funding arrangements is public subsidization without contribution by forest corporations. Len Vanderstar – Clean...

Is BC slash-burning policy a crime again...

Is BC slash-burning policy a crime against humanity
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Concerns raised over use of whole logs a...

Concerns raised over use of whole logs at Pinnacle Pellet plant
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Up in smoke: B.C. backtracks on promise ...

Up in smoke: B.C. backtracks on promise to deter logging industry from burning wood waste
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Are we being misled in the production of...

Are we being misled in the production of wood pellets?
583 ViewsThe Pinnacle pellet plant here in Smithers is using whole logs, much of which is pulp quality, some private land hardwoods, mill shavings and sawdust from the adjacent PIR sawmill. The plant is not using one ounce of “forest slash” other than some log top experimentation, and their wood haul is being subsidized by the Forest Enhancement Society of BC (public funds from both...

Valhalla Wilderness Society – Voices for...

Valhalla Wilderness Society – Voices for Good Air – Press Release
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Forestry and Carbon in BC by Jim Pojar

Forestry and Carbon in BC by Jim Pojar
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Forestry and Carbon in British Columbia:...

Forestry and Carbon in British Columbia: Summary by Jim Pojar
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