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June 24th, 2011

North America supply a risk to NZ

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15 June 2011

Russian Federation expects further co-op with China

The Sakha Republic had signed several documents on cooperation with China focusing mainly on timber extraction and processing but the two sides were also discussing joint oil and gas exploration projects according to China Daily last week.
Yegor Borisov said the focus of these documents was mainly on "China is eyeing construction of a sea transport corridor via the Sakha Republic and the Arctic Ocean, while Russian republics which wanted to establish links with Europe are also interested in the project," Borisov said.

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June 3


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May 6th, 2011

Chinese logging ban impacting future log supplies

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April 27th, 2011

China’s Imports Soar in 2010 - led by Logs (+22%) and Lumber (+49%)

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April 27th, 2011

Speed construction demonstrated in Beijing

Three storeys, nine apartment units, 8,352 sq. feet and in just 60 hours. Green Home Canada was built at the Beijing International Convention Centre between 24 March 24 and the evening of 27 March to demonstrate the speed, ease and environmental benefits of modular wood construction at the Beijing Green Building Show.

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April 8th, 2011

Chinese Investment in Canadian Forestry is Soaring

Recent trends indicate that there have been significant growths in Canadian forestry from Chinese investors.

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February 12, 2011

Softwood logs and lumber exported from North America to China at record hight

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February 12th, 2011

China’s log & lumber imports soar in 2010

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08 February 2011

Save the Yunnan golden monkey through community outreach

Project Summary

The Laojunshan Nature Reserve (LNR), located in the northwest of China’s Yunnan Province, is in the Three Parallel Rivers Region, which was named a World Heritage site in July 2003. Comprising four counties (Yulong, Jiangchuan, Weixi, and Lanping), each with different land management laws, the LNR faces myriad and complicated management issues. From June 2003 to March 2005, Rare partnered with The Nature Conservancy to support campaign manager Angela Cun to run a Pride campaign in the LNR.



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by Dr. Radut