The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently held public hearings in Atlanta on the agency’s proposal to curb power plant carbon dioxide emissions.
Former U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood urged Georgia lawmakers Tuesday to “get a little courage” and raise the state’s motor fuel tax.
More than sixty timberland owners, wood dealers and loggers overflowed into the lobby of the Meriwether County Commission’s Boardroom where timber harvesting, road damage and unreported harvests were the topics du jour.
Canfor Corporation (TSX:CFP) is pleased to announce the purchase of the operating assets of Balfour Lumber Company and Beadles Lumber Company.
In an economy that has been as unpredictable as the World Cup, a classic contender may become the reigning champion. Given current conditions in both the U.S. and overseas, the next 10 years could very well be the “decade of forestry.”
The Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed to list the Northern Long-Eared bat (NLEB) as an endangered species protected under the Endangered Species Act.
On June 2, 2014, the U.S. Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) unveiled a proposed plan to cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by 30% by 2030, when compared to 2005 emissions.
A Supreme Court of Canada ruling on aboriginal land could eventually have as severe an impact on North American lumber supply as the mountain pine beetle, RBC Capital Markets warned on Monday. The court’s unanimous decision on June 26 relates to a 30-year-plus land dispute between the Tsilhqot’in Nation and the British Columbia and Canadian