Month: December 2019

Dec 16 2019

The Year Ahead…

At this time of the year and this time in the life of our planet, many are seeking hope. They look to mentors and heroes for wisdom and inspiration. Nelson Mandela is that person for me: “It is music and dancing that makes me feel at peace with the world and with myself.” May you…

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Dec 12 2019

A Sierra Club BC Report On The Future Of Forests In British Columbia.

Clear cutting is not sustainable; not economically and not ecologically. CLEARCUT CARBON A Sierra Club BC Report On The Future Of Forests In British Columbia Jens Wieting, Senior Forest and Climate Campaigner, with mapping analysis by David Leversee In our latest report, we’ve found that ending clearcutting of forests is as important for B.C. climate…

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Dec 10 2019

The Great Bear loophole: why old growth is still logged in B.C.’s iconic protected rainforest

Please read and then give the BC government your opinion about logging old growth. The Great Bear loophole: why old growth is still logged in B.C.’s iconic protected rainforest By: Ben Parfitt – Nov 29, 2019 – thenarwhal.ca Despite new ‘ecosystem-based’ rules to limit forestry, logging companies continue to find ways to harvest the largest…

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Dec 6 2019

Long-term damage from logging hits ability of Canada’s forests to regenerate.

I recently posted that forests are throwing us a life line in the climate emergency. This article tells us that forests need our help so that they can help us! Long-term damage from logging hits ability of Canada’s forests to regenerate By: The Guardian Aerial photography shows scarring left by logging operations – the vestigial…

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