Tree Frog Forestry News

Will UNDRIP block resource development? Good question

The Tree Frog Forestry News
January 16, 2020
Category: Today's Takeaway

The Globe and Mail gives pause to Canadians on UNDRIP, as protests over resource development could become the norm. In other Business news: US homebuilder confidence remains strong; the US/China trade deal includes relief for hardwood lumber; Maine paper mill’s unexpected savior is ChinaResoluteFPInnovations and NRCan celebrate cellulose filament commercialization; Boise Cascade has a new CEO; and Rayonier buys Pope Resources.

In other news: the American Institute of Architects on zero-net-carbon structural materials; more Canadian firefighters head down-under; and the pros and cons of Thunderstorms on Australia’s bushfire-ravaged east coast.

Finally, laid-off BC and Nova Scotia workers get some job-search help.

Kelly McCloskey, Tree Frog Editor

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