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vor 12 Jahre 2 months

Punjab forest dept to distribute 10 lakh seedings Wednesday, 24 June 2009: CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Forest Department has decided to give a big push to agro-forestry in the State and would distribute 10 lac seedlings of fast-growing and economically important tree species such as Eucalyptus,...

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24/06/2009: Australian timber industry consolidates and improves systems to verify legally harvested wod

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28 June 2009: A Quarter Million NZ Raised GE Eucalyptus Trees Intended for Planting in U.S; Soil &Health Association of New Zealand, (Est. 1941), Publishers of ORGANIC NZ More than a quarter of a million genetically engineered (GE) eucalyptus trees exported from New Zealand stand to shred...

vor 12 Jahre 3 months

Britain’s faith in carbon trading as a way of reducing greenhouse gases could be dangerously misplaced, according to an independent academic working with the Department of Energy and Climate Change.

vor 12 Jahre 3 months

Origin of text By Chris Cook, Deputy Editor, PPI Pulp & Paper Week, RISI SAN FRANCISCO, June 12, 2009 - At a speech in Barcelona the other day, World Association of Newspapers (WAN) president Gavin O'Reilly had an upbeat message for newspaper executives from more than 50 countries who had...

vor 12 Jahre 3 months

LONDON/NUSA DUA, Indonesia (Reuters) - It could save the rainforests of Borneo, slow climate change and the international community backs it. But a plan to pay tropical countries not to chop down trees risks being discredited by opportunists even before it starts.

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May 18, 2009 - Stora Enso and Arauco have signed a definitive purchase agreement with the Spanish pulp producer Grupo ENCE for the joint acquisition on a 50/50 basis of approximately 130,000 hectares of owned land and plantations, 6 000 hectares of leased lands and other operations owned by...

vor 12 Jahre 3 months

Money doesn't grow on trees, but bioenergy might Climate change. Recycling. Bioenergy. Sustainability. The agenda for PricewaterhouseCoopers' 22nd Annual Global Forest and Paper Industry Conference in mid-May read like it could have been written for a Greenpeace meeting.

vor 12 Jahre 3 months

Origin of text Paper industry flourishes in first quarter The Jakarta Post ,  Jakarta   |  Wed, 05/27/2009 9:37 AM

vor 12 Jahre 3 months

Origin of text Paper production increases 12% (25-05-2009) HA NOI — The Viet Nam Paper and Pulp Association (VPPA) has forecast production and consumption of paper this year would be higher than last year, despite the economic slowdown. The association said production was probably up 12 per cent,...

vor 12 Jahre 4 months

Gerhard Dieterle (World Bank Forest Advisor), Civil society event at the World bank spring meetings 2009, 24 April By 2050 it is believed that 75% of fiber will be grown in fast growing plantations. There are opportunities in this for developing countries, however the revenues must stay in the...

vor 12 Jahre 4 months

Origin of text NewPage wants to triple its wood intake to generate power May 8, 2009: NewPage wants to construct a biomass fueled power generation facility at its mill site in Point Tupper that would produce 60 megawatts of renewable energy for Nova Scotia Power.

vor 12 Jahre 4 months

Origin of text Superior Thermowood soon to introduce its first commercial product May 8, 2009: Superior Thermowood of Thunder Bay, Ontario has been perfecting their product for the last 7 years and is will soon be unveiling its first commercial product - environmentally friendly wood for decks.

vor 12 Jahre 4 months

10th of May 2009: Has the North American paper industry gone completely bonkers this spring? (Not that it was ever a particularly sane industry).

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origin of text Decline in forest products reduces China’s timber prices Published:  06 May, 2009  

vor 12 Jahre 4 months

RISI, the leading information provider for the global forest products industry, states in its October 2008 Wood Biomass Market Report that “the perceived overabundance of ‘waste wood’ in the nation’s forests is simply not there.”

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