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AbitibiBowater needs to green its operations to survive

Feature story | April 15, 2009 at 17:00

Greenpeace sees AbitibiBowater’s current financial difficulties as the best chance for the company to develop a plan for long-term survival. AbitibiBowater, Canada’s largest logging company and the world’s largest newsprint manufacturer, has...

Pulling Bill 8: The Right Thing for BC Forests (even if for the wrong reasons)

Blog entry by Eduardo Sousa | March 14, 2013

Every once in a while the BC Government brings in legislation to   amend forestry policies to such a degree that it ends up creating more  problems than it solves. Such was the case with the recently repealed   Bill 8 - the...

Steps to a better conservation outcome in the Lower Athabasca Region

Blog entry by Mike Hudema and Richard Brooks | April 7, 2011

The Alberta government’s proposed Lower Athabasca Regional Plan was released April 5. We believe there are many problems with the plan and it will not deliver on what is needed from an ecological perspective for this already heavily...

And another drops.

Blog entry by Richard Brooks | March 30, 2011

Forest destroyer Asia Pulp and Paper has bought yet another Canadian pulp mill. Their fifth in the last few years. This time in Nova Scotia. The Pictou mill used to be owned by Neenah Paper and before that by Kimberly-Clark. All...

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