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Scientist expect big rise in CO2 in 2019 as El Niño reduces tree growth

The Tree Frog Forestry News
January 25, 2019
Category: Today's Takeaway

Scientists expect CO2 to rise significantly in 2019 as trees will grow less due to El Niño-caused drier weather. In related news: NRCan scientists research drought tolerance; FPInnovation releases videos on resource roads and wetlands; and ENGOs take legal action in support of Alberta caribou.

In Business news, more on: BC’s proposed changes to log exports and contractor sustainability; TimberWest’s logging lawsuit; forestry’s downward trend in Northern BC; and the US trade war’s impact on EACOM

Finally, a mish-mash of wood product stories on: fibre insulation panels; glulam, mass timber code changes; wood skyscrapers and Woodrise 2019.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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