Forestry in the News

2018

HeadlineSourceResearcherDate
B.C. Parks needs more funding to keep up with demandVancouver Sun; The ProvinceHarry NelsonMay 23
Interior flooding and wildfire preventionCBC On The Coast (Starts at 01:40:18)Lori DanielsMay 21
Even underground oilsands mines can harm forest wildlifeCBC News; Global News; The Toronto Star; Yahoo! News; The Chronicle Herald; News 1130; Cole BurtonMay 10
Is B.C. headed for another devastating summer of wildfires?National ObserverLori DanielsMay 9
Three new members appointed to the Forest Practices Board
BC Government News; Forest Practices BoardBruce LarsonMay 7
How worsening wildfires fuel a discouraging trend for more floodingVancouver SunLori DanielsMay 4
Catch and DeceasedHakai MagazineArthur BassMay 2
Why some African birds stay home longer? UBC team finds outInternational Business TimesMartha Nelson-FlowerApril 20
The tropical family tree: Tracking forests’ evolutionary past
CIFOR Forests NewsTerry SunderlandMarch 28
Globe 2018’s great fossil fuel phase-out debateBusiness In VancouverJack SaddlerMarch 20
Climates change faster in a warmer and wetter worldClimate News NetworkColin MahonyMarch 16
He collects used chopsticks from restaurants and recycles them into building materialsBC BusinessFelix BöckMarch 16
Potential impacts of warmer and wetter summers in the near futureAccuWeatherColin MahonyMarch 1
What Will Sawmills of the Future Look Like?
Logging and Sawmilling JournalJulie CoolFebruary 27
We’ve been tracking the progress of this tree eating a sign for 5 years
Vancouver Is AwesomeRobert GuyJan 22
Alberta’s mountain pine beetles likely survived cold snapCBC NewsAllan Carroll Jan 3