Logging is destroying southern forests — and dividing US environmentalists


In the fight against climate change, the $300-billion U.S. logging and woods products industry has positioned itself as a purveyor of “natural climate solutions.” The idea is intuitive: Trees are the ultimate renewable resource. After they are cut they can be replanted, absorbing carbon once again as they mature.  Wood energy succored Homo sapiens and…

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