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January 24, 2013 Two representatives of the American Forest Foundation (AFF) have been appointed by Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to the committee that provides advice about private forestry in the United States...Ring served for 14 years
Study about climate change impacts on forests completed APP 3 mins ago The Pakistan Forests Institute (PFI), has completed a detailed study about climate change impacts on forests. To offset the effects of climatic change and global warming in the
Everyone knows that trees are good for the environment and that well-run forests might become lucrative under emerging climate change mitigation schemes...The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Bank today released a
A workshop on Policies and Legislation on Forest Management was launched Friday as part of a project to conserve and protect forest resources in the north, in the run-up to what people hope will be a summer free of catastrophic fires. The two-day
Nadi are mainly caused by unsustainable agricultural practices, poor farming methods and poor coastal infrastructure developments u not just logging activities alone. Western Forests officer Tevita Evo made the comments as several reports blamed
To give more teeth on this new development, Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Ramon J.P...Sampulna by conducting immediate conference with all regional staff, provincial and community environment officers from various provinces and cities
June 19, 2010 A desperate battle is being fought on the sidelines of the parliamentary debate about our new renewable energy target legislation, set to resume this week. The fight is about burning native forest timber and calling it renewable energy.
These Whatcom County students are June graduates at the University of Washington: Bellingham: Kirsten Alfredsen, bachelor of music, orchestral instruments; Faaiza Alibhai, bachelor of science, biology and biochemistry; Daniel Arroyo, bachelor of
At Thursday's planning commission meeting, the commissioners discussed language applying to residential uses of timber land, and how to approach the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors' request on a new timeline for the completion of the update.
Letter According to a scientific research, it is predicted that swathes of glaciers in the Hindu Kush, the Himalayas and the Karakorum are retreating due to an average increase in the atmospheric temperature. Chitral, located in the midst of the