2016

HeadlineSourceResearcherDate
Asia-Pacific: B.C. hemlock may break
into Chinese market by pairing with bamboo
Vancouver SunFrank LamDecember 23
Leaf LitterBiohabitatsSuzanne SimardDecember 22
Great Fire of 1886 gave birth to 2016's tallest Vancouver treeVancouver SunPaul Lawson;
Ira Sutherland
December 22
What Knowledge Of How Trees Communicate Means For Forest ConservationHuffington PostSuzanne SimardDecember 13
Biotech is advancing the fragrance industryDigital JournalJörg BohlmannDecember 6
Softwood trade war could last yearsNews 1130Harry NelsonNovember 27
Two ways to settle the latest Canada-U.S. softwood lumber disputeThe Globe and MailHarry Nelson; Ngaio HotteNovember 9
47 Genes That Might Help Us Help Vulnerable Trees Survive Climate ChangePBSSally AitkenNovember 9
The Hungarian refugees who helped shape Canada’s forestsVancouver CourierTony Kozak; Rob Kozak; Jack Saddler; Bob KennedyNovember 4
Forest ecologist says we need to get fire 'smarter' in B.C.CBCLori DanielsOctober 25
Why Does Fall Foliage Turn So Red and Fiery? It Depends.The New York TimesRobert GuyOctober 25
Prehistoric Trees Could ‘Future-Proof’ Forests Against Climate ChangeMOTHERBOARDSally AitkenOctober 24
Panel Examines Healthy Forests, Healthy Lives250 NewsJohn Innes Cecil Konijnendijk Matilda van den BoshOctober 14
BC mills could see layoffs if the US imposes softwood dutiesNews 1130Harry NelsonOctober 12
Living near nature makes you healthier and happier, research saysCBCListenCecil Konijnendijk Matilda van den BoshOctober 11
Vitales, nos forêts urbainesLe DevoirCecil Konijnendijk Matilda van den BoshOctober 8
America's best idea may now be China's, too, as it expands national park systemLos Angeles TimesGuangyu WangOctober 5
Can trees adapt to climate change? Perhaps not easilyRCISally AitkenOctober 5
Trees survive the cold weatherCBCSally AitkenOctober 1
Climate Change This Week: Faith Leaders Spread Solar, Wheat Crops Threatened, and More!Huffington PostStephen Sheppard - CALPSeptember 29
Forestry world descends on Maple RidgeMaple Ridge NewsPaul LawsonSeptember 26
UBC research reveals genetic patterns in trees for climate adaptationCBCSally AitkenSeptember 25
Trees have their own fungal internetCBCSuzanne SimardSeptember 24
Talkin’ TreesCBC RadioSuzanne SimardSeptember 24
Researchers discover key genes for climate adaptation shared between distantly related treesUBC NewsSally AitkenSeptember 23
Future Delta 2.0CKNWStephen SheppardSeptember 23
Inside the hidden lives of treesThe TyeeSuzanne SimardSeptember 21
UBC student turns thousands of chopsticks into table topsCBCFelix BockSeptember 16
Video game simulates survival in a future Delta devastated by climate changeCBCStephen Sheppard - CALPSeptember 15
How Augmented Reality Is Powering a More Immersive Form of EducationHuffington PostCALPSeptember 15
Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the arrival of the Sopron AlumniPowell River PeakSeptember 14
On the Coast - Future of Delta Video GameCBC RadioCALPSeptember 14
Genetic changes in the lifetime of individual treesCBCVincent HanlonSeptember 10
Millions of trees on the way for ravaged B.C. forests, according to new climate planCBCJohn InnesAugust 28
The Wood Wide Web: the world of trees underneath the surfaceNewStatesmanSuzanne SimardAugust 26
Fraser River sturgeon fishery: Study says fish get stressedVancouver SunScott HinchAugust 27
African bird shows signs of evil stepdad behaviorScience DailyMartha Nelson-FlowerAugust 24
How climate change may kick off artificial tree migrationThe VergeSally AitkenAugust 22
B.C. campfire bans are back, and they’ve been getting longer in recent yearsVancouver SunJohn InnesAugust 18
The words that trees tell each otherThe HinduSuzanne SimardAugust 11
New Research on the Remarkable Binge-Eating Bull TroutNature.orgNathan FureyJuly 26
Wildfires an ‘ongoing concern’ to B.C.’s forestry sectorVancouver SunLori DanielsJuly 13
Scientists use genomics to design healthier forestsBusiness in VancouverJuly 5
Canada’s tallest wood tower tests building codesBuilder OnlineJune 20
UBC wood tower a game-changer for constructionCTV NewsJune 14
Canada’s forest ministers call on feds to do more in fight against wildfiresCBC NewsJune 9
Can Indigenous languages reduce youth suicide rates?APTN NewsJune 7
UBC researcher roughing it in the bush to save endangered woodpeckersGlobe and MailJulien St-AmandJune 1
B.C.’s Elaho Giant, a centuries-old Douglas fir, is deadVancouver SunSally AitkenMay 20
Canada wildfire raises safety issues close to homeWashington PostDavid AndisonMay 17
Bad start to fire season doesn’t necessarily mean bad finishVancouver SunJohn InnesMay 16
Wildfires will always happen, but Canadians forgetting safety lessons they teach usNational PostDavid AndisonMay 10
Alberta Wildfires Raise Concerns About Climate ChangeThe Take AwayJohn InnesMay 9
Young sockeye travel in packs to ‘swamp’ predators during swim to oceanVancouver SunNathan FureyMay 9
Audio: Lori Daniels on Forest Fire SupressionCBC Early Edition AudioLori DanielsMay 9
Western Canada wildfires: This year could be worse than last, say expertsGlobal NewsJohn InnesMay 2
Pine beetles not responsible for wildfiresThe Globe and MailLori DanielsApril 28
Concerns rising over forest fires and climate changeNews 1130Lori DanielsJuly 8
Early BC wildfires raise multiple concernsGlobal News BC1John InnesApril 19
The Wood Wide WebThe AtlanticSuzanne SimardApril 14
Effort to attract head offices to Vancouver starts to pay offThe ProvinceDavid CohenMarch 31
Studying the science of scienceScienceJeremy YoderMarch 28
Spruce beetle infestation raises more forestry alarmsBusiness In VancouverAllan CarollMarch 22
For drones, the sky’s the limit in B.C.Vancouver SunNicholas CoopsMarch 12
Lumber: Buying out licences would create room for the industry’s endangered middle-class firmsVancouver SunHarry NelsonMarch 11
Underestimated plantsABCMarch 6
Boeing eyes B.C. forest waste as jet fuelVancouver SunDeborah Barros Leal FariasMarch 3
UBC receives a Special Recognition Award from Wood WORKS!NewswireFebruary 29
Taking another look at all that logging debrisKamloops This WeekTom SullivanFebruary 24
The university professors who are at the heads of the 2015 classMacleansMaja KrzicFebruary 4
Innovative program opens new doors to B.C.’s indigenous artistsThe Globe and MailChristopher GastonFebruary 1
Trudeau, Coderre and Energy East: It’s not the only contentious pipelineGlobal and MailGeorge HobergJanuary 26
How British Columbia Is Moving its TreesMotherboardJanuary 20
Vancouver firms race to keep pace in space industryBusiness in VancouverRobert FallsJanuary 20
B.C. universities help the province and Metro Vancouver cities adapt to the climate crisisGeorgia StraightStephen SheppardJanuary 13

2015

HeadlineSourceResearcherDate
US, Canadian Aviation Industries Start Aircraft Biofuel ProjectSputnik NewsDecember 2
To Save Trees From Climate Change, Researchers Try Assisted MigrationNational Public RadioSally AitkenNovember 27
Loon Lake upgrade project nearly completeMaple Ridge NewsPaul LawsonNovember 19
Have We Underestimated Plants?BBCNovember 17
Run, Forest, Run: Helping trees flee climate changeThe WalrusSally AitkenNovember 16
UBC students re-create ancient art with unusual ingredientGlobal NewsSanta OnoOctober 22
Divisive B.C. log export issue could resurface in new softwood dealBusiness In VancouverHarry NelsonOctober 19
Six Ways Climate Change Is Getting Personal in BCThe TyeeSally AitkenOctober 19
Researchers create inside-out plants to watch how cellulose formsEureka AlertLacey Samuels; Shawn MansfieldOctober 8
Council of Forest Industries welcomes TPPiPolitics.caHarry NelsonOctober 7
Rising challenge of managing urban forests prompts new UBC degreeVancouver SunStephen SheppardSeptember 25
New UBC urban forestry program vies to save city treesMetro NewsStephen SheppardSeptember 24
Bachelor of Urban Forestry launching at UBCThe UbysseyStephen SheppardSeptember 17
Post-wildfire areas in B.C. called risky24hrsLori DanielsSeptember 15
Inventors have high hopes for robotic tree planterThe Vancouver SunIonut AronSeptember 8
UBC Forestry seeking trees with DNA to survive climate changeCBCSally AitkenSeptember 2
Vancouver debates tree cover management after windstormThe Globe and MailStephen SheppardAugust 31
The Slow Process of Countering the Emerald Ash BorerThe New York Times Justin G.A. WhitehillAugust 27
This Rare, White Bear May Be the Key to Saving a Canadian RainforestSmithsonian.comKermit RitlandSeptember 14
Drought-stricken B.C., Alberta forests face new threat from insectsThe Global and MailAllan CarrollAugust 16
How to Move a Forest of GenesScientific AmericanSally AitkenAugust 1
Prehistoric trees may help a B.C. forest fight climate changeNational ObserverSally AitkenJuly 23
BC wildfires: Back-breaking battle drags on at Puntzi LakeCBC NewsLori DanielsJuly 22
Wildfire prevention debate heats upBusiness in VancouverJohn InnesJuly 20
Threatened Forests Cannot Move, So Scientists Are Relocating Their GenesScientific AmericanAugust 1
Pine beetles partly to blame for bad wildfire seasonCKNW NewsLori DanielsJuly 12
Firefighting strategies may be contributing to larger wildfiresGlobe and MailLori DanielsJuly 8
Can B.C.’s forests cope with climate change?BC BusinessJohn InnesJuly 9
B.C. wildfire haze in VancouverVancouver ObserverDouw SteynJuly 7
Global warming exacerbates B.C. wildfire severity, scientist saysVancouver SunLori DanielsJuly 7
High temperatures in B.C. cause concern for water supply, forest fires and fishGlobe & MailJohn RichardsonJune 26
UBC scientists help trees adapt to new conditions of a changing climateGlobal NewsSally AitkenJune 14
Gulf Islands deer population hits ‘crisis’ levelVancouver Sun; Victoria Times ColonistCora Skaien, Peter ArceseJune 5
Expert warns fire season in Northern B.C. getting worseGlobe and MailLori DanielsMay 18