Pulpwood Forestry Articles

  • In 2016, rain forest conservation needs to focus on these two things

    Giving logged areas a chance to recover and limiting the expansion of roads are vital to ensuring the health of these important ecosystems. When you look to the year ahead, what do you see? Ensia recently invited eight global thought leaders to share their vision for the environment as it relates to business, culture, ecosystems, energy, food, health, water and the world ( ...


    By Ensia

  • The Future of Paper

    This film by the Environmental Paper Network invites us to look at this everyday material with new eyes, and transform the way we use it to achieve a more equitable and sustainable future. Wetlands International is member of the Enviromental Paper Network to reverse the trend that peatlands (50% of the world's wetlands) are destroyed by the pulpwood industry. More at ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Time for Trees to Pack Their Trunks?

    As climate changes, forest ecosystems will need to shift to more suitable sites. Should humans lend a helping hand? During the last two springs, contract planters for The Nature Conservancy have spread out through the pine, spruce and aspen forest of northeastern Minnesota. Wielding steel hoedads, they have planted almost 110,000 tree seedlings on public ...


    By Ensia

  • 2 Things You Need to Know about Indonesia`s Forest Moratorium

    Indonesia’s forest moratorium, a policy aiming to protect an area the size of Japan from development, represents one of the most ambitious conservation schemes ever established in the country. But is it actually making progress in improving the forest sector? WRI’s new working paper, ...

  • New high-resolution forest maps reveal world Loses 50 Soccer Fields of Trees Per Minute

    A new publication in Science reveals the world is losing 50 soccer fields’ worth of forest every minute of every day! While this information is distressing, the publication of this new research is a decidedly positive development in the availability of data to support better forest management and policy. The ...

  • Company concession data cannot be kept secret

    Ministers of Environment from five ASEAN countries - Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand – held the 15th Meeting of the Sub-Regional Ministerial Steering Committee (MSC) on Transboundary Haze Pollution this week to discuss measures to combat forest fires and haze in Southeast Asia. The meeting ended today with mixed results. The Ministers recommended establishing a ...

  • Indonesian forest fire and haze risk remains high

    Bacalah posting blog dalam Bahasa Indonesia di sini Ministers from five Southeast Asian countries gather in Malaysia next week for urgent talks on combating haze. The meeting follows the recent fires in Sumatra that produced record-breaking air ...

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