Burning Up: The Controversial Biofuel Threatening BC’s Last Inland Rainforests | The Walrus

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On a chilly afternoon last autumn, I padded down a faint path beneath a grove of hemlock trees in British Columbia’s inland temperate rainforest. The moss on the ground was as thick as a mattress. Above, grey-green beards of lichen hung from the branches. Located along the province’s eastern flank, bordering Alberta, the inland rainforest…

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