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CARBON CONUNDRUM: A Native Alaskan company's promise to save its forests benefits local ecosystems, but given the zero-sum game that's carbon offsets, it delays meaningful action on climate change. Koberstein, Paul; Applegate, Jessica Jan 1, 2021 4037
Report: Sarawakian logging firms party to Papua New Guinea's deforestation. Report Jan 8, 2020 838
Report: Sarawakian logging firms party to Papua New Guinea's deforestation. Report Jan 7, 2020 824
Use of toilet paper wiping out habitat, heating planet. Feb 23, 2019 583
How to protect our environment. Williamsen, Kurt Cover story Jul 6, 2015 7209
What is the role for forest certification in improving relationships between logging companies and communities? Lessons from FSC in Cameroon/ Quel role pour la certification forestiere dans l'amelioration des relations entre les populations locales et les compagnies forestieres? Lecons de l'experience du FSC au Cameroun/?Cual es el papel de la certificacion forestal en la mejora de las relaciones... Tsanga, R.; Lescuyer, G.; Cerutti, P.O. Report Mar 1, 2014 6422
Facing China's demand for timber: an analysis of Mozambique's forest concession system with insights from Cabo Delgado province/ Faire face a la demande chinoise de bois: ...... Wertz-Kanounnikoff, S.; Falcao, M.P.; Putzel, L. Report Sep 1, 2013 8734
The beetle's wake: selective logging of dead pine could have prevented much of the industrial mayhem, but it would have cost industry a few dollars more. Nikiforuk, Andrew Reprint Jan 1, 2012 1246
Hit the deck: the greenest decking options, real or composite. Madren, Carrie Mar 1, 2011 667
Effects of a tornado on birds in a Cross Timbers community. McGlinn, Daniel J.; Churchwell, Roy T.; Palmer, Michael W. Report Sep 1, 2010 2743
Will big business save the earth? Some of the companies that people love to hate are actually among the world's strongest forces for protecting the environment. Diamond, Jared Mar 3, 2010 937
Residual strength and stiffness of lumber from decommissioned chromated copper arsenate-treated southern pine utility poles. Piao, Cheng; Groom, Leslie Feb 1, 2010 6287
An assessment of silvipasture potential in Southeast Queensland, Australia. Maraseni, Tek N.; Cockfield, Geoff; Maroulis, Jerry Report Sep 1, 2009 5608
Out of the woods: can the new owners of America's most hated timber company run a sustainable operation--and make peace with the tree huggers? Harkinson, Josh Nov 1, 2008 2142
Effect of press-drying on static bending properties of plantation-grown No. 2 loblolly pine lumber. Stoker, Denise L.; Pearson, R.G.; Kretschmann, David E.; Tang, Yifu; Simpson, Bill Nov 1, 2007 3704
Finnish forests finished? Brief article Mar 22, 2007 272
Greens back Welsh firm to import Latin American wood. Oct 12, 2006 491
Estimated VOC losses during the drying of six eastern hardwood species. Rice, R.W.; Erich, M. Susan Oct 1, 2006 3262
Wood waste technology demand way ahead of supply. Ross, Ian Jun 1, 2006 951
Economics of forest restoration: the case for careful logging is made by a father and son team that aims to leave things better than it found them. Beebe, Spencer Mar 22, 2006 1376
A race to reclaim forests: timber-managed land is up for sale, and forest communities are scrambling to maintain pristine environments and their way of life. Little, Jane Braxton Sep 22, 2005 2346
Fence contaminants. Brief Article Aug 1, 2005 215
Forest package entrenches destructive practices: after the backslapping, the analysis. And the news is not all good. Hesketh, Lindsay Aug 1, 2005 650
Tasmanian forests package: some progress, more needed. Jun 1, 2005 389
A dynamic analysis of the global timber market under global warming: an integrated modeling approach. Lyon, Kenneth S. Jan 1, 2004 9782
Indonesian wood sneaks past US border. Brief Article Jan 1, 2004 219
Can I get that in forest green? Brief Article Nov 1, 2003 143
AWFI and ETAC form alliance to serve wood finishers. Brief Article Oct 1, 2003 110
Neo-liberal trees. Brief Article Jun 22, 2003 137
Lakehead University to examine watersheds. (Thunder Bay). Louiseize, Kelly May 1, 2003 337
ecoSelect timber--it just doesn't stack up: a current television advertisement raises an eyebrow or two. Kerr, Mick Apr 1, 2003 397
The burning west: after a series of tragic fires, loggers go on the offensive. (Currents). Madsen, Karen Sep 1, 2002 1044
Manufacturers seeing green: environmental messages and marketing opportunities drive certified wood movement. Miller, Hannah Aug 1, 2002 1693
Building as if forests mattered. (Solutions). Van der Ryn, Sim Brief Article Jun 22, 2002 745
Christie Whitman, EPA administrator, has announced the lumber industry has agreed to a voluntary phase out of pressure-treated wood that contains arsenic. (Washington Report). Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 338
Greenonomics Targets Investor Ethics. Reid, Joanna Brief Article Jun 22, 2001 465
Efforts to Mitigate Impacts of MACT Rule Continuing. Brief Article Feb 1, 2001 152
FOREST PRODUCTS RESEARCH AND IUFRO HISTORY AND POTENTIAL. Youngs, Robert L.; Youngquist, John A. Statistical Data Included Feb 1, 2001 4115
Responsible Forestry. Brown, Robert D. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 664
The Facts IN THE YEAR 2000. Hanson, Chad Statistical Data Included Sep 22, 2000 6083
Big Timber's Big Lies. Hanson, Chad Sep 1, 2000 2850
The 6.5 Percent Solution. METZ, JERRY Sep 1, 2000 2143
Eco-Certification Comes to B.C. GOLDBERG, KIM Brief Article May 1, 2000 628
Dean Kvasnikoff. JACKINSKY, MCKIBBEN Apr 1, 2000 1230
Timber harvest and calving site fidelity of moose in Northwestern Ontario. Welch, Ian D.; Rodgers, Arthur R.; Mckinley, R.S. Jan 1, 2000 5811
The Battle for America's Forests. ADAMS, LARRY Dec 1, 1999 550
The ongoing threat to the world's forests. ABRAMOVITZ, JANET N.; MATTOON, ASHLEY T. Sep 1, 1999 3574
Don't make your home a museum of rare timbers. Gray, Alan T. Jun 1, 1999 845
Timber and Tongass: can old wounds heal? Bonham, Nicole A. Dec 1, 1998 1393
How green is my forest? Zuckerman, Seth Jul 1, 1998 607
The mouse that roared: how the National Forest Management Act diversity of species provision is changing public timber harvesting. Padilla, Michael A. Dec 22, 1997 15340
The forest primeval. Motavalli, Jim Sep 1, 1997 3444
Breaking the trail of broken promises: "necessary" in Section 810 of ANILCA carries substantive obligations. Cheyette, Dan Jun 22, 1997 15478
The last frontier. Semmes, Anne W. Sep 1, 1996 702
Extremist views of logging threaten the environment. Phelps, Jack E. Aug 1, 1996 607
Repackaging the forest industry's image. Sullivan, Don Jul 1, 1996 1298
Loggers versus tree-huggers. Taylor, Rupert T. Oct 1, 1995 1273
Every tree killed equals another life lost. Soltani, Atossa Mar 1, 1995 1881
Timber logging aids indigenous people, placing value on wood. Waffle, Robert Mar 1, 1995 1763
Rebuttal. Waffle, Robert Mar 1, 1995 990
Winds of change blow through southeast forests. Swagel, Will Aug 1, 1994 2354
Brazil of the north. Carothers, Andre Column Apr 1, 1994 720
Tree mining in Labrador. Strowbridge, Linda May 1, 1993 1123
Pulp fictions. Cockburn, Alexander Column Apr 19, 1993 905
The great chain of being. Cockburn, Alexander Column Apr 19, 1993 791
The industry gets the bird. Hill, Robert L. Industry Overview May 1, 1992 450
The grizzly and the hand of man. Mills, J.A. Jan 1, 1989 2676

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