Tembec has received Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification for its forestry practices over a 711,020-ha public forest in Senneterre, in Abitibi-East, Quebec. “Achieving FSC certification is the culmination of months of hard work and represents a well-deserved recognition of the efforts of our Senneterre team,” said Dennis Rounsville, Executive Vice President and President of Tembec’s Forest[…]
The latest Research Note from the Forestry Commission provides an update on red band needle blight (RBNB), a serious disease that is increasingly affecting conifer trees in Britain’s forests.
The Finnish forest industry managed to purchase a total of 5.3 million m3 of wood from privately owned domestic forests in August.
ConFor has set out its case to UK MEPs opposing the moves by the European Parliament to amend radically the plant protection directive.
As just one product of the highly regulated sustainable active management of designated parts of Australia’s Native Forests, wood chips represent part of the solution to climate change and carbon management in Australia according to Timber Communities of Australia CEO, Jim Adams.
Tembec has announced limited production curtailments at two of its pulp mills in order to balance inventory levels. The company’s Temcell hardwood high-yield pulp mill located in Temiscaming, Quebec stopped production on August 31 for one week, while its softwood kraft pulp mill located in Tarascon, France will be idled for two weeks commencing September[…]