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  1. Posted January 18, 2021 The Ecoforestry Institute Society urges Premier Horgan and forests minister Katrine Conroy to put a moratorium on any further old-growth logging. Go to story
  2. Open Letter: Ecoforestry Institute urges moratorium on old-growth logging Dear Premier Horgan and Minister Conroy: We write to you today out of grave concern for our last and vanishing old-growth forests in British Columbia. In view of the social, cultural and ecological values of these vastly diminished, yet iconic ecosystems, we respectfully request that you place an immediate moratorium on all harvesting of our remaining old-growth forests as a means to save these precious areas of biodiversity and climate change resilience. Old-growth forests have high cultural significan
  3. Posted November 13, 2020 Photo of clearcut logging by Island Timberlands near Port Alberni. We, meaning government, First Nations, communities, scientists, academics, non-government organizations, industry and citizens, must find a way to pool our collective efforts to responsibly steward the precious natural resources given to us. Go to story
  4. We, meaning government, First Nations, communities, scientists, academics, non-government organizations, industry and citizens, must find a way to pool our collective efforts to responsibly steward the precious natural resources given to us. Logging on McLaughlin Ridge near Port Alberni (Photo by TJ Watts) BLESSED UNREST—that’s the name Paul Hawken gave more than a decade ago to the grassroots movement that was sweeping the world working in the name of environmental protection and social justice. Generally comprised of a loose collection of individuals or groups
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