British Columbia decreased old-growth logging to record lows

Enviro & Legislation

Old-growth logging in British Columbia, Canada, has decreased to the lowest level on record. The area logged in 2021 represents 0.3% of the estimated 11.1 million hectares of old growth in the province. Logging of old growth has declined by 42%, from an estimated 65,500 hectares in 2015 to 38,300 hectares in 2021. “Our vision for…

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