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Illegal logging robbing people in Africa of livelihoods Global Witness

Logging firms secretly given permits for land while communities in DRC, Liberia, Ghana and Cameroon struggle for timber Continue reading.

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Dawn timber-laundering raids cast doubt on 'sustainable' Brazilian wood

Police investigating suspected environmental scams swoop on state officials and businessmen in Amazon area known for woods used in furniture and deckingThe raids began at dawn as the sun rose over the Tapajós river and more than 100 police.

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BC suspends sale of ancient forest on Sunshine Coast identified as hot spot for bear dens

Environmentalists who blocked construction of a forestry road on the Sunshine Coast for more than five weeks have won a temporary victory in their bid to stop logging of an old-growth forest identified as a prime spot for black bear dens BC.

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Defender of Cambodia's dwindling forests wins Goldman Prize

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - The latest crackdown on illegal logging in Cambodia is "just a game" and big timber traders are winning, says Ouch Leng, a former government official who has spent two decades helping poor villagers fight poaching of.

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Illegal loggers remain hidden in Perus forest but timber finds global buyers

State exercises little control over remote Amazon region blighted by poverty and illiteracy, and organised crime fills the vacuum Continue reading.

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Widnes timber firm pledges its support in the fight against the trade in illegal and unsustainable wood

Silva Timber Products has joined WWF-UK’s Forest Campaign, which aims to put pressure on governments and the EU

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Timber exchange to tackle illegal logging

Brazilian carbon trading pioneer takes on new environmental challenge

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EU 'ineffective' on illegal logging

EU aid aimed at curbing the illegal timber trade was poorly managed, say auditors, who are urging better targeting and monitoring

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Timber production soars as industry reaps benefits of 1960s tree-planting boom

The British timber industry is now worth £19bn a year and employs 40,000 people

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Cambodia's New Anti-Illegal Logging Campaign: Crackdown or Shakedown?

Cambodian press and some environmental groups have largely viewed the national government's creation of a committee to curb an illegal wood trade as a sign of real progress But upon closer inspection, the federal crackdown may be more of a.

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Company Shipping Illegal Timber From The Amazon Abandons Boat, Crew In Mexico

Image Source: iStockphoto/dpproductionsImagine you joined the crew of a cargo ship, sailing down the Amazon River from Peru into the Atlantic Ocean After officials in several countries deny your ship entry suspecting your cargo is illegal,.

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EU 'ineffective' on illegal logging

EU aid aimed at curbing the illegal timber trade was poorly managed, say auditors, who are urging better targeting and monitoring

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UBC's timber tower starts to rise

A 53-metre-tall highrise will take over as the world's tallest mass-timber building and is garnering more attention in all corners of the construction and wood-products industry

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Oregon town near armed standoff feels the strain

The schools have been closed since the holidays and the front doors to the tiny courthouse are locked tight Even the local chapter of the 4-H club has nowhere to meet Life in Burns, a two-lane highway town that has never entirely crawled out.

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EU 'ineffective' on illegal logging

EU aid aimed at curbing the illegal timber trade in developing countries, including Africa, was poorly managed, say auditors

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Imports of illegal timber fall in five major countries, says report

Five key timber importers, including UK, France and US, have made progress in cutting down on contraband timber, reports Mongabay Continue reading.

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Corruption blamed for Papuan rainforest destruction

Corruption blamed for Papuan rainforest destructionA new report on the commercial logging industry in Papua New Guinea (PNG) released by international forestry organization, Forest Trends, shows that the overwhelming majority of current.

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Timber exchange to tackle illegal logging

Brazilian carbon trading pioneer takes on new environmental challenge

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Forestry stocks tower above other resources amid commodity volatility

The recent market volatility has not been kind to companies that dig stuff out of the ground But there is one group of resource stocks that emerged from the carnage with nary a scratch: Forestry

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Illegal logging robbing people in Africa of livelihoods Global Witness

Logging firms secretly given permits for land while communities in DRC, Liberia, Ghana and Cameroon struggle for timber Continue reading.

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