User: flenvcenter Topic: Land-Independent
Category: Land Management :: Forestry
Last updated: Feb 02 2018 17:36 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Corporations need nature's regenerative service 2.2.2018 Design & Innovation | GreenBiz.com
Many people do not perceive the value of wilderness areas, even though we receive life-sustaining services from them every day.
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Why aren’t marbled murrelets recovering? 31.1.2018 High Country News Most Recent
The enigmatic bird’s populations have not increased despite conservation efforts.
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5 ways to unlock restoration finance 31.1.2018 Resource Efficiency | GreenBiz.com
Seeding one of the most overlooked opportunities for economic growth.
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These 14 businesses are growing money on trees 25.1.2018 GreenBiz.com
Restoring degraded and deforested land is becoming a thriving economic opportunity, in the U.S and beyond.
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Bayou Bridge Pipeline Faces Mounting Legal Challenges in Louisiana 24.1.2018 Truthout.com
The Bayou Bridge pipeline will span southern Louisiana from Lake Charles, near the Texas border, to St. James, about 60 miles west of New Orleans, thus cutting through the US's largest swamp. Though Energy Transfer Partners has all the permits and permissions it needs to start work, the project still faces multiple legal challenges. Dean Wilson in the Atchafalaya Basin in front of a cypress tree in the proposed path of the Bayou Bridge pipeline. (All photos by Julie Dermansky) Help preserve a news source with integrity at its core: Donate to the independent media at Truthout. Though Energy Transfer Partners has all the permits and permissions it needs to start work on the Bayou Bridge pipeline, the project still faces multiple legal challenges.  The 162-mile pipeline, being built by the same company behind the  Dakota Access pipeline , will span southern Louisiana from Lake Charles, near the Texas border, to St. James, about 60 miles west of New Orleans. This route will cut through the Atchafalaya Basin, ...
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How One Mississippi Teen Went 1,266 Days Behind Bars Before Receiving a Mental Evaluation 1.1.2018 Truthout - All Articles
(Photo: Michael Gaida ) On Nov. 17, 2012, Tyler Haire was arrested in Vardaman, Mississippi, for attacking his father's girlfriend with a knife. Tyler, 16, had called 911 himself, and when they arrived, the local police found him seated quietly on a tree stump outside the home on County Road 433. The boy alternately said he could remember nothing and that they had the wrong man. Tyler was taken to the county jail in Pittsboro, 12 miles away, where the sheriff, worried that the awkward and overweight boy might hurt himself or be targeted by other inmates, placed him in a cell used for solitary confinement. Tyler had turned 17 by the time, five months later, a grand jury indicted him for aggravated assault, and his case went before a judge. Tyler's defense lawyer, appointed by the court, informed the judge in a court filing that his attempts at speaking with the boy had made it apparent the 17-year-old did not have "sufficient mental capacity" to understand the charge he was facing. The lawyer wanted Tyler ...
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2017: The year wood construction grew like a weed 22.12.2017 TreeHugger
Because we are not called TreeHugger for nothing.
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Christmas tree growers battle against popularity of plastic 9.12.2017 Chicago Tribune: Business
Millennials have earned a reputation for loving consumer products that are local and artisanal. So why are they buying so many plastic Christmas trees? That's the question irking Tim O'Connor, the executive director of the Christmas Tree Promotion Board in Littleton, Colorado. To help capture ...
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Swimming pool in London is built out of wooden portal frames and Cross Laminated Timber 8.12.2017 TreeHugger
This technology is usually relegated to warehouses, but Hawkins\Brown make it stunningly beautiful
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Decades-Past Logging Still Threatens Spotted Owls in National Forests 7.12.2017 Environmental News Network
Logging of the largest trees in the Sierra Nevada’s national forests ended in the early 1990s after agreements were struck to protect species’ habitat.
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Ancestral Pueblo logging practices could save New Mexico pinelands 6.12.2017 High Country News Most Recent
Researchers look to the past to better fight fire.
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What fire researchers learned from Northern California blazes 6.12.2017 High Country News Most Recent
In California, land managers use fire as a tool.
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Maintaining Momentum Against the Tax Bill 6.12.2017 Truthout - All Articles
The current political climate is hostile to real accountability. Help us keep lawmakers and corporations in check -- support the independent journalism at Truthout today! How do you pass a tax bill that hurts the bulk of your constituents while lining the pockets of the wealthy? Members of Congress have been speeding to push their  historically unpopular  tax cuts, voting in the dead of night on a bill covered in handwritten notes with the hope that their haste will prevent their plans from being derailed. But across the country, people have been telling their elected officials: the bill comes with a disastrous price tag for the constituents they're supposed to represent.  The weeks preceding the Senate vote saw a flurry of protests and rallies aimed at stopping the tax bill in its tracks. Groups like  Americans For Tax Fairness  have been publishing nonstop updates and fact sheets to educate the public.  And even as the tax bill cleared another hurdle over the weekend, the actions have continued. Maine ...
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Designed to be relocatable, this prefab wood building is so nice it's not going anywhere 5.12.2017 TreeHugger
Architectus designed the Macquarie University Incubator to be built fast and disassembled quickly.
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How to care for a living Christmas tree 5.12.2017 TreeHugger
Instead of buying a cut tree that gets used once, choosing a potted or burlap-bagged living Christmas tree can yield years of enjoyment.
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Giving thanks for four decades of protecting turkeys 21.11.2017 TreeHugger
The wild turkey is one of the most enduring symbols of Thanksgiving – but you may not know how close we’ve all come to losing these birds. As recently as 1973, there were only about 1.5 million wild turkeys in all of North America.
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UTAS Wood Project Wins the Built Environment Category in the 2017 Green Gown Awards Australasia 8.11.2017 Planet Ark News
Sustainability leaders from across Australia and New Zealand were on the edge of their seats on 2 November, as the winners of the 2017 Green Gown Awards Australasia were announced live from RMIT University's Storey hall in Melbourne. 35 finalists from 18 institutions held their breath as the President of Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS), Leanne Denby, and Vice President, Corey Peterson, announced the winners.
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What's the best way to build in wood? 6.11.2017 TreeHugger
In some cases, cross-laminated timber and robotic wood frame can both do the same job. Which should you choose?
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Dalston Lane: The world's largest Cross-laminated timber Building 3.11.2017 TreeHugger
But that's not the only reason it's important.
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Where is the forest-restoration economy? 30.10.2017 High Country News Most Recent
The budget-starved Forest Service gives jobs to the lowest bidder instead of local communities.
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