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Forest residues (cull piles) burned each year in BC is equal to the burning of 20 million barrels of oil.
Woody biomass residue from short rotation plantations will be used in a variety of trials.
Substituting coal and natural gas with biochar could help the province reach its 33 per cent emission reduction goal by 2020.
Would a new stand alone ministry help improve provincial renewable resource use?
Alberta seems to think so.
I trust Tribune readers have reviewed David Black’s articles on the proposal of a refinery in Kitimat.
According to Don Kayne, president and CEO of Canfor Corporation Vancouver, his focus is to make sure they have...
Using a conservative estimate, there were 3,500 jobs lost in a 12-month period when the logs left after logging were burned.
In my last column I estimated what I thought was a conservative amount of biomass left as residual material.
I believe in community forests so why am I not thrilled with the recent announcement about approval of the Williams Lake Community Forest.
Columnist Jim Hilton offers up ideas for the future of the region's forests and its timber supply area.