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Australia’s emissions climbed in Coalition’s final year as transport and fossil fuels wiped out gains during Covid New data shows carbon pollution rose 0.8% in 2021 as manufacturing, agriculture and gas bounced back from pandemic lockdowns Get our free news app; get our morning email briefing Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions increased in 2021 as the
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Call for Better Loading Capacity backed by growing Construction sector to drive the Forestry Equipment Tires Market Forestry equipment tires help in increasing resistance to tearing and tread chunking. Besides, they help in the improvement of loading capacity. The challenges like muddy soil and steep terrain could be overcome through forestry equipment tires. Persistence Market
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South Coast residents and conservationists say a $15,000 fine for Forestry Corporation of NSW’s 2020 breach of a post-bushfire logging condition does not go far enough. Key points: Environmental Protection Authority issues fine for logging hollow bearing trees in the Brooman State Forest The $15,000 penalty is the maximum fine under post bushfire logging legislation Residents say they were
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Lyndsie Bourgon is the author of Tree Thieves: Crime and Survival in North America’s Woods. Last spring, cedar and Douglas fir trees were disappearing at an alarming rate from forests on Vancouver Island and the lush rainforests of British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast. The trees – some of them standing within the bounds of city or
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From the Amazon rainforest to Indonesia, indigenous groups see little progress on protecting forests since COP26 climate summit Amazonian people say no follow-up to COP26 forest pledges Gabon to ensure rural areas get fair share of carbon cash Top donor Norway says indigenous groups need more clout Praised as guardians of tropical forests, indigenous peoples
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Calling all teachers and educators in the Prince Albert area! If you are looking for a unique opportunity to bring forestry into your classroom, the Canadian Institute of Forestry/Institut forestier du Canada (CIF-IFC) is organizing a Teachers’ Forestry Tour and you are invited to register! Hosted in collaboration with the CIF-IFC Saskatchewan Section, the Teachers’
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The detailed analysis of the global Forestry Equipment Tire market delivers key insights on the changing industry dynamics, value chain analysis, leading investment pockets, competitive scenarios, regional landscape, and crucial segments. It also offers an extensive inspection related to the driving and restraining ingredients for the global Forestry Equipment Tire market. Additionally, explains the superior
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The Democratic Republic of Congo and Brazil are home to the world’s biggest rainforests. Their challenges are similar, but on climate they are pursuing divergent paths. My colleague Dionne Searcey went on a journey along the Congo River that revealed the sprawling, haphazard timber industry, much of it illegal, behind the destruction of a rainforest
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New regulation proposed by the European Commission aims to reduce the import of commodities that cause deforestation and forest degradation abroad. But according to a report commissioned by the EU Greens parliament members, the narrow definition of forest and deforestation in the revised legislation would not protect ecosystems in South America where EU demand for
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You might not have heard of Mangunan Forest in Indonesia’s province of Yogyakarta, but chances are you’ve seen it. Selfies of cheerful tourists posing atop precarious treetop lookout posts, with a jaw-dropping backdrop of verdant forests, rolling hills, and glimmering water have been a regular fixture of many Instagram travel feeds over the past decade.
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