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Daily Archives: December 9, 2016

Special Feature

Wooden Tall Buildings: Should We Live Like Wookiees?

By Jeff Yoders
Metal Miner
December 8, 2016
Category: Special Feature
Region: United States

Well, maybe not EXACTLY like Han Solo’s best pal, Chewbacca, but live in tall, wooden structures?… The wookiees can be assumed to know about concrete, steel and all of the building materials we generally use for tall buildings and have, instead, chosen elaborate, tall wooden structures built in the miles-high trees of their homeworld, Kashyyyk, instead. They’re like the Chinese. They KNOW about the fork, but they are sticking with chopsticks all the same… Sure, the resulting products would still likely have less of a carbon footprint than steelmaking or concrete production, but it would also require a massive expansion of wood (read tree) production. That means more trees created just to cut down, more people employed to plant and cut, shorter growth cycles and more land devoted to non-native trees. That means less habitat for animals that live in the forest today. The wookiees cousins, great apes, might even be displaced. Is that really scalable?

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Business & Politics

Forest industry applauds pre-budget report as good for sector innovation

Forest Products Association of Canada
December 8, 2016
Category: Business & Politics
Region: Canada

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is pleased that the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance has put forward recommendations that will help support forest sector innovation and transformation. The committee tabled its pre-budget report yesterday. It recommends that the Government of Canada strengthen its commitment to Canada’s forestry sector including support for the manufacturing, innovation and promotion of forest products. The committee also said there should be measures to support Canada’s softwood lumber producers consistent with Canada’s international trade obligations. FPAC has been seeking a renewed partnership with the federal government to build a world-leading clean innovative sector, a green economy, and support and grow well-paying jobs in rural and northern communities.  

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Quebec to offer lumber companies loan guarantees even without Ottawa

Canadian Press in the Victoria Times Colonist
December 8, 2016
Category: Business & Politics
Region: Canada East, Canada

QUEBEC – Quebec has committed to providing loan guarantees to companies adversely affected by the softwood lumber dispute with the United States, even if the federal government doesn’t come on board. Premier Philippe Couillard confirmed the establishment of a system, if necessary, in response to a question Thursday from Opposition leader Jean-Francois Lisee. During Question Period, the premier said his government would act as required to offset real damage caused to companies, regardless of Ottawa’s participation.

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McAuliffe announces Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Planning Grants

Augusta Free Press
December 8, 2016
Category: Business & Politics
Region: US East, United States

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced the award of three planning grants from the Governor’s Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development (AFID) Fund. The Commonwealth awarded a total of $64,000 to projects by Floyd County and the New River Valley Regional Commission to support the growth of agricultural and forestry industries in the Commonwealth. The AFID planning grant program encourages local governments to promote agriculture and forestry and incorporate the needs of these industries into their overall economic development strategies. “Continuing to support Virginia’s diverse agricultural and forestry sectors is a key part of my plan to build the new Virginia Economy,” said Governor McAuliffe.

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EIA updates 2017 bioenergy, wood heating forecasts

By Erin Voegsel
Biomass Magazine
December 8, 2016
Category: Business & Politics
Region: International

The U.S. Energy Information Administration has released the December edition of its Short-Term Energy Outlook, predicting nonhydropower renewables will generate 8 percent of the nation’s electricity in 2016, increasing to 9 percent in 2017. Wood biomass is expected to be used to generate 112,000 MWh per day of electricity this year, increasing to 118,000 MWh per day next year. Generation from waste biomass, however, is expected to fall from 60,000 MWh per day in 2016 to 58,000 MWh per day in 2017.

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New deal paves way for forestry products to be exported from Hobart within months

ABC News Australia
December 9, 2016
Category: Business & Politics
Region: International

TasPorts has announced it has joined forces with a private operator to establish a forestry exports terminal at Hobart’s Macquarie Point. In July, the State Government confirmed Macquarie Point would replace Triabunna as Southern Tasmania’s major forestry export centre, exporting up to 300,000 tonnes of forestry residue a year. A spokesman for TasPorts said all storage and export activities would be done within the Southern Export Terminals port, supporting a Government promise there will be no woodchip piles on the city’s waterfront.

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EU presses Ukraine to end lumber export ban

By John Kovensky
Kyiv Post
December 9, 2016
Category: Business & Politics
Region: International

An Austrian company alleged to be illegally exporting lumber out of Ukraine is pushing for the government to lift a ban on wood exports that was enacted to stimulate the country’s domestic sawmill industry. President Petro Poroshenko announced on Nov. 24 that he would attempt to lift the ban on unprocessed wood, sparking a wave of protests by lumber processing workers, who say that the lifting of the ban will cause the loss of their jobs. The moratorium has stimulated growth in the Ukrainian wood industry, and has created thousands of new jobs. But it also breaks the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, which has free trade at its heart. …The measure comes as Ukraine’s forests are being cut out of existence in what many see as an environmental catastrophe. Government officials argue that regulating the flow of wood out of the country will stem the amount of illegal logging that goes on.

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Metsä Wood holds housing industry roundtable

Timber Trades Journal
December 8, 2016
Category: Business & Politics
Region: International

Metsä Wood has held a roundtable focusing on the construction industry and the issues surrounding the housing shortage in the UK. Housing industry leaders were able to discuss openly their concerns about meeting the government’s targets for new housing as well as the impact of the recent Brexit vote… Another key point was the increase in demand for modular, pre-fabricated houses. Building floor and roof cassettes off-site means fewer skilled labourers are required on-site which is a major advantage to housebuilders. Around 90% of timber frame floors are now built as cassettes because it’s fast and reduces health and safety issues, Metsä said.

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Russia: roundwood and lumber exports up in January-October 2016

IHB – The Timber Network
December 8, 2016
Category: Business & Politics
Region: International

In Janurary-October 2016, the total volume of the Russian roundwood and lumber exports grew year-on-year both in volume and in value terms, says the statistics published by the Russian Federal Customs Service. Thus, during the first ten months of 2016, Russia exported 16.56 million m3 of unprocessed timber. That is 6.68% more than during the respective period of the last year when these figures reached 15.56 million m3. The total value of the Russian roundwood exported in January-October 2016 came up to $1.106 billion, whereas during the same period of the last year – $1.032 billion. 

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Wood, Paper & Green Building

Kent Homes Introduces the Micro Home

JD Iving
December 8, 2016
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: Canada East, Canada

In response to a growing consumer interest toward simpler living in smaller, more efficient spaces, the team at Kent Homes has launched a new line of “Tiny Homes.”  Steve Wheeler, General Manager of Kent Homes credits his young design team for brainstorming great space-saving interior features for its introductory design “The Haven” – a 175 sq. ft. Cape style, Micro Home, built and designed at the Kent Homes Bouctouche plant.  The home was recently revealed at a Kent Homes Retailers Conference in Shediac.  “We are excited about being first to market in the region,” Wheeler said. 

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“Steam Canoe” winter station made from a new technology, Press Laminated Timber

By Lloyd Atler
TreeHugger
December 8, 2016
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: Canada East, Canada

It gets cold on the beach during winter, so now Toronto is doing its version of the Winnipeg Warming Hut competition with its own Winter Stations Design Competition. One of last year’s winners was The Steam Canoe, a design from OCAD University in Toronto. The team, led by Environmental Design Assistant Professor Mark Tholen, won an Ontario Wood Works! award recently, where I was a juror. However these are not ordinary wood panels, but a new technology, a new way of laminating wood. It is built up with a metal fastening system called Grip Metal, which has tiny extruded hooks that dig into the wood, turning it into what they call Press Laminated Timber panels.

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Fire Resistant Paints Market Growth, Forecast and Value Chain 2014-2020

Sat PR News
December 8, 2016
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: United States

Most of the traditional paints available in the market lack fire retardant properties, and are in fact some of them are inflammable. According to National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) publication in 2014, in U.S. each day seven lives are lost due to fire. On a global level even higher number could be expected due to lack of statistical data and reporting. Fire resistant paints are the need of the hour and several manufacturing companies have started to manufacture and market fire retardant paints… Although manufacturing companies encompassing the globe has developed fire resistant paint products, the majority of application can be witnessed in North America. North America typically has a lot of buildings made of wood and plywood, which render them susceptible to fire.

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New regs for Monday: Wood, battery chargers, renewable fuel standard

The Hill
December 8, 2016
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: United States

Washington DC — Monday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new emissions restrictions for composite wood, efficiency standards for battery chargers, and renewable fuel standards for gasoline… Wood: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is moving forward with new emissions standards for composite wood products. The emissions standards will reduce formaldehyde exposure from composite wood products like hardwood plywood, medium-density fiberboard, and particleboard that are sold or manufactured in the United States. The EPA says the emissions limits will have a positive impact on public health. The rule goes into effect in 60 days.

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US Wood-Plastic Composite & Plastic Lumber Market

Report Buyer
December 8, 2016
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: United States

Demand for wood-plastic composite (WPC) and plastic lumber will be spurred by increasing consumer interest in more aesthetically pleasing materials. Such products as capstock-coated WPC decking and cellular polyvinyl chloride (PVC) molding and trim and windows and doors are exhibiting greater usage because of their ability to recreate the grains and textures of natural wood lumber, while offering users longer lifespans and minimal maintenance needs. Capstock-coated products now dominate decking demand in the WPC segment, while cellular PVC products will take market share from traditional plastic lumber products across a wide range of applications.

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Deadly Oakland ‘Ghost Ship’ fire underscores importance of fire safety codes

By Kevin Moore
North Kentucky Tribune
December 8, 2016
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: United States, US West

The fire that killed 36 people in the two-story warehouse-turned-artist collective haven nicknamed the “Ghost Ship” and also underground dance party site is turning out to be one of the deadliest in recent history. Such catastrophes underscore the importance of fire safety codes which have helped turn such mass causality occurrences into rare occasions… A multitude of fire codes have since been established and adopted, governed by the National Fire Protection Association designed to keep the public and businesses safe. When properly enforced, they save lives. When a deadly fire happens it is usually because something isn’t being followed, something goes wrong or there is something new to be learned. From 1900-1954, there were 44 fires with death tolls of 100 or more; but today that may happen every other decade.

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Progress made on Port Angeles performing arts center

By Jesse Major
Peninsula Daily News
December 8, 2016
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: United States, US West

PORT ANGELES — Plans for the Port Angeles Waterfront Center are moving forward as its nonprofit hires an interim executive director, chooses an architect firm and hopes to include a conference center in the future performing arts center, said Brooke Taylor, the chairman of the committee creating the centre. …One of the design aspects that is known at this point is that the building will be built of wood to showcase the city’s timber history and industry. “It represents the history of this community,” Taylor said.

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Apartments OK’d at site of massive Edgewater fire

By Svetlana Shkolnikova
Daily Record
December 7, 2016
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: US East, United States

EDGEWATER — The borough’s zoning board granted unanimous approval Wednesday night to a developer’s plan to rebuild the 240-unit apartment building destroyed in a fire last year. Board members praised several added fire safety features that they said go above and beyond the state’s building code. …The structure will be built with the same lightweight wood-frame construction fire officials have criticized for its high flammability but will feature masonry firewalls and an extensive fire sprinkler system in attics and other unoccupied spaces that the developer says will signficantly strengthen fire safety.

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Wood goes wide with long span roof over office complex

By Lloyd Alter
TreeHugger
December 8, 2016
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: International

Buildings made out of wood just keep getting better and bigger, as new technologies are put to work; the latest is a new building on the Sky broadcasting campus by AL_A with PLP as “executive and interior architect”, and with ARUP (finally, a real name of a real person!) doing the engineering. We know from past projects that PLP has a way with wood, and ARUP loves the stuff too. The remarkable thing in this building is the long span of the flat roof, made out of what appears to be glue-laminated wood or glulam. According to Philip Stevens in Designboom, The three-storey building features a large triple-height central atrium above a 100-meter long thoroughfare that runs the entire width of the ground floor. 

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Spinnova Rolls Out Wood-Based Fiber

ForexTV
December 8, 2016
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: International

Spinnova Ltd., a Finnish start-up “cleantech” company, has introduced a new technology to turn wood fibers directly into yarn without complex chemical processes. The wood fiber manufacturing method was originally developed by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, and Spinnova has continued to develop the technique. One of the partners of Spinnova is Austria-based Lenzing AG, one of the world’s largest wood-based fiber manufacturers, with products such as Tencel, modal and viscose. The company said the yarn manufacturing method consumes 99 percent less water and 80 percent less energy than cotton.

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Is Timber the Next Disruptor?

By Tony Arnel
Sourceable
December 8, 2016
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: International

When we hear the word “disruption,” we tend to think of Apple’s iPhone destroying Kodak’s business model, Uber taking on the taxi industry or AirBnB reinventing the hotel game. But disruption is not just about technological change. In fact, as the twin drivers of climate change and economic imperatives encourage our industry to look for resource efficiencies, timber – one of our most ancient materials – is a new disruptive force that is poised to reshape the way we build. No other material can help us meet the challenges of contemporary, sustainable construction nearly as well. Timber has always been around as a building material, but this has been largely restricted to the residential sector. Large-scale commercial development in timber is new. …Research from Planet Ark has found that wooden interiors can also improve occupants’ emotional state, reducing blood pressure, heart rate and stress levels. And of course, timber’s carbon storage potential is impressive.

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Forestry

Low trap counts for spruce budworm doesn’t mean outbreak isn’t looming

By John Holyoke
Bangor Daily News
December 8, 2016
Category: Forestry
Region: Canada, United States

OLD TOWN, Maine — As scientists continued to monitor the state’s forests in advance of another battle with the voracious spruce budworm, data gathered this summer show that there were far fewer of the insects on the landscape this summer than a year before. That’s the good news. The bad news: That doesn’t mean another outbreak that could defoliate spruce and fir trees isn’t looming. “I don’t think it changes our predictions,” Dave Struble, the state entomologist for the Maine Forest Service, said. “It may set [an outbreak] back a year.” Major spruce budworm outbreaks are cyclical and typically attack a forest every 30 to 40 years. The arrival of the insects in Quebec and New Brunswick, Canada, and the defoliation of millions of acres there have been seen as a sign that spruce budworm may show up in large numbers over the next several years.

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The intelligence of trees – Part I

By Ray Grigg
Campbell River Mirrow
December 8, 2016
Category: Forestry
Region: Canada, Canada West

…The discoveries of a German forester, Peter Wohlleben, and a UBC forest ecologist, Dr. Suzanne Simard, are a striking example. If living cooperatively in communities, rather than living competitively as individuals, has made more evolutionary sense for humans, why shouldn’t the same principle be used by trees? Indeed, as complex biological organisms, trees have existed hundreds of times longer than we have. If cooperation has been beneficial for us, why would we think that trees should be exceptions? Well, they’re not. And this is precisely what Wohlleben and Simard are revealing with stunning clarity.

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Forest fire experts: Nelson could burn

By Will Johnson
Nelson Star
December 8, 2016
Category: Forestry
Region: Canada, Canada West

Did the Sitkum forest fire get your attention? According to forest fire consultants Bruce Blackwell and John Cathro, if things had gotten out of hand there Nelson could have easily burned to the ground. And during their presentation to city council on Monday evening they urged local governments to work together to prepare for the worst. “Nelson is in my top ten towns in B.C. and Alberta for wildfire danger,” Blackwell told council, summarizing some of the findings of the Community Wildfire Protection Plan Update. “I would classify Fort MacMurray as low to moderate risk. Nelson faces a far greater risk.”

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Comments invited on amendments to Kalum Land Use Order

By Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations
BC Government
December 8, 2016
Category: Forestry
Region: Canada, Canada West

Comments are being accepted until Feb. 28, 2017, on proposed amendments to the 2006 Land Use Objectives Order in the Kiteen (26,000 hectares) and Skeena Islands (4,500 hectares) portions of the Kalum Sustainable Resource Management Plan (SRMP) area in northwestern B.C. The proposed amendments will address resource values, including First Nations cultural heritage resources, landscape biodiversity, wildlife habitat as well as rare ecosystems in the Kalum SRMP area. Public feedback on the proposed amendments will be considered prior to their implementation. Once amended, the land use objectives in the order must be adhered to by all major forest licence holders operating in the area.

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New possibilities for McLean Mill

By Elena Rardon
Alberni Valley News
December 8, 2016
Category: Forestry
Region: Canada, Canada West

With a new board of management set to take over direction of McLean Mill, the mill’s future has numerous possibilities. Port Alberni Chamber of Commerce executive director Bill Collette spoke on behalf of the McLean Mill Society during the Chamber of Commerce dinner meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 30, and brought forward some of his ideas for the mill. “We’re looking at rebranding,” Collette said on Wednesday evening. “We see it evolving into a new brand.” The tagline for Collette’s vision was “more than just a sawmill.” He sees the McLean Mill as a top three Vancouver Island attraction–with the right time and effort put into it.

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Indigenous forest industry looks to Pacific Rim

By Tom Fletcher
BC Local News
December 8, 2016
Category: Forestry
Region: Canada, Canada West

NATORI CITY, JAPAN – If there is one certainty about the future of the B.C. forest industry, it is the growing participation of indigenous people whose traditional territories take in most of the Crown land in the province. Aboriginal leaders assumed responsibility for ecosystem-based harvesting in the Great Bear Rainforest agreement, mapping out protected areas with the B.C. government. And around the province, more than 100 forest harvest licences have been assigned to aboriginal communities as a step toward treaties. Now an aboriginal leader has joined the province’s annual forest industry trade mission to Asia, where cultural ties and business are intertwined by long tradition. Terry Teegee is a registered professional forester, a member of the Takla Lake First Nation and tribal chief of the Carrier Sekani Tribal Council, representing eight reserve communities in the Prince George area. 

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Long-term budget fix for fighting wildfires dies in Congress

By Rob Chaney
Independent Record
December 8, 2016
Category: Forestry
Region: United States

MISSOULA — A long-term financing fix for wildland firefighting stumbled in the final days of the lame-duck session of Congress. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican, announced late Wednesday that conference talks on the Energy Policy Modernization Act had failed and were unlikely to resume until 2017. That omnibus package included the Wildfire Disaster Funding measure to fix the U.S. Forest Service’s “fire borrowing” budget problem as well as a permanent reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Both programs were supported by all of Montana’s congressional delegation. The Wildfire Disaster Funding bill would have allowed the Forest Service to pay for forest firefighting expenses in a similar way to how the federal government responds to other natural disasters like hurricanes and tornadoes.

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Lake County residents hear proposal on management of federal forest lands

By Rob Chaney
The Missoulian
December 8, 2016
Category: Forestry
Region: United States, US West

SWAN LAKE – A never-before-tried idea to let a county conservation district manage 60,000 acres of federal forest got a vigorous review on Wednesday evening. About 75 people came to hear Lake County Conservation District Chairman Jim Simpson pitch the Swan Forest Initiative: a proposal giving local control over logging and hazardous fuels on a portion of the Flathead National Forest. While the plan has been under study for more than six years, Simpson said it still had a long way to go. “We are not talking about privatizing lands,” Simpson said early in the two-hour presentation. “We’re only talking about changing out the manager and changing out the laws of managing that land. All existing legal uses can still occur.”

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Berkeley project tests tracking imperiled forests with 3D multispectral drone imaging

by Devin Coldewey
Tech Crunch
December 8, 2016
Category: Forestry
Region: United States, US West

Droughts, climate change and deforestation are putting forests at risk worldwide, so studying these ecosystems closely is more important than ever — but it’s a hell of a lot of work to climb every tree in the Sierra Nevada. Drones and advanced imaging, however, present an increasingly practical alternative to that, as this UC Berkeley project shows. Todd Dawson, an ecologist at the university, spends a lot of time up in trees, measuring limbs, checking growth and so on. As you can imagine, it’s slow, dangerous and demanding work — which is why a collaboration with drone maker Parrot and imaging tech company Pix4D was appealing… Drones are, of course, commonly used in forestry and agriculture, but this particular setup is very focused on quickly and repeatedly profiling individual trees.

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Take time with sale of Elliott State Forest

Statesman Journal
December 8, 2016
Category: Forestry
Region: US East, United States

The late actor, newspaper columnist, and beloved Native American son Will Rogers is often paraphrased for saying something along the lines of “put your money in land because they aren’t making any more of it.” The State Land Board, comprised of the governor, secretary of state and treasurer, might do well to heed that advice as it goes forward with the sale of the Elliott State Forest near Coos Bay. The board made the unanimous decision in August 2015 to sell the 82,500-acre forest due to declining timber revenue and increasing costs to manage it.

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MP hails new forestry bid in Commons

By Ben O’Connell
Northumberland Gazette
December 8, 2016
Category: Forestry
Region: International

Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan used a Parliamentary debate on tree planting on Wednesday to highlight a recently-announced forestry initiative in north Northumberland. The Conservative MP, who is vice-chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Forestry, also used the debate in Westminster Hall on tree planting, to call for the Government to recognise the ability of trees to contribute to combating climate change, hailing trees as ‘the most efficient, cheapest carbon-capture technology, which nature has already given us’. She also urged the government to recognise both the long-term benefits of tree planting to flood-prevention strategies and their short-term benefits almost immediately after planting.

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Carbon, Climate & Bioenergy

A call to action for Governments: help the forest sector tackle climate change

Forest Products Association of Canada
Edmonton Journal
December 8, 2016
Category: Carbon, Climate & Bioenergy
Region: Canada

OTTAWA – As the Prime Minister meets with premiers from across the country today on the issue of climate change, the Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is calling for strong leadership and smart policies so the forest sector can do its part to support the transition to a low carbon economy. Earlier this year FPAC announced its ambitious 30 by 30 Climate Change Challenge where it pledged to cut 30 megatonnes of greenhouse gases a year by 2030, about 13% of the federal government’s overall climate change target. To reach that goal, FPAC would like to see provinces allocate all revenue generated by a price on carbon to a technology fund made available to industry to support further greening of operations… “We agree that putting a price on pollution can be a win for both the environment and the economy”, says the CEO of FPAC, Derek Nighbor. 

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Real or fake: What Christmas tree is best for the planet?

By Matthew Knight
CNN
December 8, 2016
Category: Carbon, Climate & Bioenergy
Region: United States

In the bewilderingly complex consumer world, it can sometimes be hard to see the woods for the trees when picking the prickly centerpiece of the festive season. Should you choose a fir, pine or a spruce? Or perhaps it’s time to try a plastic tree? Buyers have become far more eco-conscious about where their Christmas trees come from and what happens to them come the new year… Britain’s Carbon Trust estimate that a two-meter tall tree that doesn’t have roots has a carbon footprint of between 3.5 kg CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent) and 16 kg CO2e depending on whether it is incinerated — which is less polluting — or finds its way to landfill… “The bottom line is that neither tree has a significant impact on the environment,” Warner says. “If you want to lessen your impact on the environment, don’t drive.”

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LIGNA 2017 to focus on Renewable Energy

Wood and Panel
December 5, 2016
Category: Carbon, Climate & Bioenergy
Region: International

The wood industry uses a lot of energy. It also produces a lot of renewable fuel in the form of waste wood, chips, and sawdust. The industry is increasingly turning to decentralised solutions for its energy requirements, with cogeneration plants among the many technologies offering major savings. All the options in this growth area will be on show at LIGNA 2017. On site wood-based electric generation, heat-recovery and co-generation offer serious potential for harnessing this waste and achieving big reductions in operating costs. Many of these solutions offer flexible, highly controllable energy output, making them ideal both for intermittent and continuous operation. Companies seeking solutions for generating their own power from wood-biomass can have confidence in fully automated, high-efficiency fixed-bed gasifiers of the type made by LIGNA exhibitor Fröling.

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