Month: May 2022

** Lower ** ** Spread Trade, Roger’s Roll ** ** 200 Weekly Continuation Mover **   Daily Lumber Remarks Lumber Futures settled considerably lower across the board on carryover cash pressure (2×6 leading the charge lower) paired with technical weakness. Front month July contract kicked off the session moderately stronger opening at $698.80 up $3.70
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The European Union is considering changes to its climate policies that could have a big effect on a controversial segment of North Carolina’s forestry sector — the wood pellet industry. EU countries have been using wood pellets made from trees in the Southeast to burn for electricity, claiming it’s a carbon-neutral substitute for coal. But
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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) – (Stacker) – The federal government owns 27.1% of all land in the United States, or 615.3 million of 2.27 billion acres. Federal lands are managed mostly for preservation, recreation, and the development of natural resources. The Bureau of Land Management, a governmental division that manages public lands, controls
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Baby orangutans are prized possessions on the illegal black market, where many other critically endangered species are trafficked. Aman is just one of many infant orangutans who were stolen from their mothers in the past couple of years, but his story highlights the extent of the illegal wildlife trade and the trauma that young orangutans
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An investigation by EL PAÍS/Planeta Futuro finds evidence of illegal extraction of endangered tree species, precious minerals and strategic metals headed for global markets. The investigation reveals that Chinese-owned companies use ‘complaisance’ permits to log and export CITES II-listed Afrormosia, which international demand pushed to extinction in other African countries, and flags irregularities in the
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Renters diving into a white-hot housing market are over-bidding on available apartments, marking the death knell of pandemic-era deals and months of free rent — all while potentially imperiling tenants who can’t afford to compete. A realtor in Philadelphia, for example, told the Philadelphia Inquirer she “broke down and cried with my client” after losing a
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LP TechShield Radiant Barrier helps block radiant heat in the roof panel from emitting into the home’s attic, which LP says will reduce attic temperatures by up to 30º F. The panels feature proprietary technology to prevent moisture buildup during and after construction, while an aluminum overlay blocks up to 97% of radiant heat. New
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