Georgia-Pacific and KBX Logistics have used smart software to efficiently plan routes, minimizing the miles spent driving with an empty trailer, thereby reducing carbon dioxide emissions from the business.

(Vancouver) – BC Council of Forest Industries (COFI) President and CEO Susan Yurkovich and Forest Products Association of Canada President and CEO Derek Nighbor issued a joint statement in response to the announcement today that the Intergovernmental Partnership Agreement for the Conservation of the Central Group of the Southern Mountain Caribou has been signed.

Beginning in October 2019, the silhouette of the Green Bay Broadway (GBB) mill began to change. The first of two 400-foot stacks, a significant part of the Green Bay skyline for decades, started to be removed.

The Natural Resources Commitee in Ottawa will be taking a closer look at the issues facing the forest industry. Kenora MP Eric Melillo says the decision came after a unanimous vote.

CUMBERLAND — The state of Maryland, through the Department of the Environment, issued notice Wednesday that it intends to bring a lawsuit in federal court against the former owner of the Luke paper mill, alleging seepages into the North Branch Potomac River threaten public health and the environment.

The closure of Northern Pulp is a serious blow to woodlot owners and forestry workers across Nova Scotia. It isn’t an exaggeration to say that the Nova Scotia government sleepwalked into this crisis and has been mishandling the fallout as a public relations exercise. 

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