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2018-08-15 13:11 |

Western U.S. sawmills produced 7.406 billion board ft. (bbf) of softwood lumber in the first half of 2018, a 7.1% increase from 6.915 bbf in the first six months of 2017, the Western Wood Products Assn. (WWPA) of Portland, Oregon, reported.

Of the six-month total, Coastal mills accounted for 4.678 bbf, up 8.1% from 4.326 bbf last year, while inland mills produced 2.517 bbf, up 6.8% from 2.356 bbf in the first half of 2017. California redwood...

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2018-08-15 12:17 |

In June 2018, an all-time high volume of 5.1 million m3 of roundwood was harvested for use by the forest industries in Finland. This logging volume was 29% up over the previous year and 52% up over the ten-year June average, reports Natural Resource Institute Finland (Luke).

Sawlogs accounted for 2.1 million m3 and pulpwood for 3.0 million m3 out of the total roundwood harvested for the industrial purposes.

Industrial roundwood logging...

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2018-08-15 11:13 |

In Sweden, notified area of final felling increased by 14% in June and by 4% in July, compared to corresponding months of last year, reports the Swedish Forest Agency.

Quarterly statistics during the year shows an increase of 34% in the second quarter of 2018 compared with the first quarter 2018. The second quarter of 2018, compared to the corresponding quarter of 2017, notified area of final felling increased by 7%.

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2018-08-14 19:20 | A journey through the mist takes first prize in PEFC UK and PEFC Ireland’s ‘Forests, our home, workplace and playground’ photo contest! Chosen by a jury of timber, forestry and photography experts, the top three images reveal the versatility of forests, which can be places to...

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2018-08-14 19:09 |

De facto presidential frontrunner says he would follow Donald Trump out of the international pact, drawing criticism from the UN's environment chief

The post Brazil: Bolsonaro threatens to quit Paris climate deal appeared first on Climate Home News.

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2018-08-14 18:13 | IUCN-WCPA has produced a report that reviews and compares nine tools for conducting ecosystem services assessments in protected areas, Key Biodiversity Areas and natural World Heritage sites. The report aims to help users select the most appropriate ES tool based on the purpose of their assessment.

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2018-08-14 12:03 | The APEC region is experiencing greater connectivity with increased business interactions between buyers and suppliers in production and trade of timber and non-timber commodities (e.g. palm oil and rubber). Combating illegal logging and promoting sustainable forest management requires changes in policies and practices across the international forest products supply chain. Although corporations have crucial effects […]

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2018-08-14 11:54 | SNS secretary, Jonas Rönnberg, is interviewed about his research in root rot in pine. In both Poland, UK and other big European forest nations, treatment of the pine stubs is very common. Why the Swedish forestry doesn’t pay attention to the root rot in pine, is a hard question to…

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2018-08-14 11:30 | With an app in your phone, you can assess damages on tree stems. The app is developed by researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in cooperation with the Swedish Forest Agency. The user add some basic facts: the age of the tree, average diameter, site, share of trees…

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2018-08-14 08:48 |

An update on the work of the Sustainable Land Management Programme in Ethiopia. 14 August 2018 – Since 2016, INBAR has been providing technical support to a World Bank-funded programme to use bamboo for sustainable land management and livelihoods improvement. The initiative, part of the Sustainable Land Management Programme, aims to mitigate watershed degradation and […]

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2018-08-14 00:19 | Stora Enso and Orthex are bringing to the market a new range of kitchen utensils made from a new biocomposite which combines the best qualities of wood and plastic. Source: Timberbiz The bio-based material used to replace fossil-based plastic is made from spruce and sugarcane, which reduces the carbon footprint of the products by up to 80%. The innovative products contain 98% bio-based material. In recent years, the Finnish plastics industry has actively sought innovative bio and recycling...

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2018-08-14 00:17 | China is fighting back after the US recently proposed tariffs saying it would impose tariffs on US products including timber. The Chinese government said it would add duties to a number of timber products varying from 5% to 25%. Sources: Timberbiz, TTF UK China’s Ministry of Commerce issued a new list of US goods subject for tariff. The list includes a wide range of timber and timber products including logs, lumber,OSB, sheet materials, veneers etc. with tariff increase between 5 – 25%. The...

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2018-08-14 00:16 | Wood waste from furniture factories makes up a huge portion of waste generated in Singapore. In 2016 alone, more than 530,000 tonnes of wood waste were produced, of which, a significant amount is in the form of saw dust. Source: Timberbiz Instead of incinerating or disposing them in landfills, wood waste can be recycled to make biochar, a porous, carbon-rich material that absorbs and retains water well. Due to its good water absorption and retention properties, biochar is largely employed in...

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2018-08-14 00:14 | New Zealand Minister of Social Development Carmel Sepuloni has announced a partnership between XLam NZ Ltd and the Ministry of Social Development. Source: Timberbiz “The Ministry of Social Development and Xlam will work together to create entry-level manufacturing and construction opportunities for unemployed clients, especially in the Pre-fabrication sector,” Minister Sepuloni said. As a prefabricated building manufacturing and construction company XLam now employs approximately 100 staff...

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2018-08-14 00:14 | Aboriginal people on Cape York are branching out into the timber business as Rio Tinto expands its bauxite operations in far north Queensland. Source: The Australian In an unprecedented partnership with the international miner, the traditional Wik and Wik Way people have set up a company with federal assistance that will produce up to 125,000 tonnes of timber for export and the domestic markets every year. The timber will be collected as land is cleared as part of Rio Tinto’s expansion of its ...

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2018-08-14 00:13 | Senior timber assessor Steve Davis and technical officer Mike Cully have been working hard in Kununurra to harvest Indian sandalwood from old Forest Products Commission (FPC) research plots. Source: Timberbiz Senior forester (Ecology) Jon Brand said that the agreement between the FPC and Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development to grow sandalwood plantations in the area finishes in 2021. “We used to have around 50 hectares of Indian sandalwood, planted between 1990 and 2005,...

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2018-08-14 00:11 | The Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) has approved two new projects for the Timber and Wood Processing Industry Reference Committee (IRC) to review and update units of competency and qualifications. Source: Timberbiz These are: Advances in Wood machining and Sawdoctoring. Sawmill Timber and Process Optimisation Technical Advisory Committees (TACs) are currently being established for each project. If you are interested in applying to be a technical expert for these projects and are...

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2018-08-14 00:07 | The koala in Victoria’s Strzelecki Ranges has a new ally to guard its safety – the all-seeing drone that detects any animal in its sights.  It’s the preferred technology that family company Hazelwood Forestry, based in the Latrobe Valley, is now using for its business of wild life management. By Philip Hopkins for Timberbiz “Most of our work is koala management with Hancocks who have been on the front foot in managing koalas. We are really ramping up how to manage and protect them in forestry...

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2018-08-14 00:06 | ForestWorks is seeking feedback on the Prefabricated Timber Building Systems and Manufacture of Cross Laminated Timber and Glulam Projects. Source: Timberbiz Views and feedback is sought from industry specialists on job activities and knowledge required from people working in these areas. Once completed, this information will serve as the basis for the training delivery of nationally accredited courses. Feedback can be provided on one or all of the following job areas of prefabricated timber...

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2018-08-14 00:03 | OneFortyOne Plantations(OFO) is consolidating its position as a new vertically integrated company, including potentially using bioenergy as it maps future growth in Australia and New Zealand. Source: Philip Hopkins for Timberbiz The company’s executive general manger – forestry, Cameron McDonald, said the group’s recent two big purchases – the old Carter Holt Harvey (CHH) Jubilee mill at Mt Gambier and Nelson Forests in NZ – were key stages in the growth of the group, formed in 2012...

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