P&G Investors Challenge CEO Over Forest Destruction Concerns

By Stand Earth, Popular Resistance. -

Washington - In a shocking move by Procter & Gamble’s shareholders that defied the company’s own recommendations, two-thirds of Procter & Gamble (P&G) shareholders voted “yes” at the company’s [...]

The New Faces Of BC’s Old-Growth Activism

By Serena Renner, The Tyee. -

Torrance Coste’s dusty Nissan XTerra disappears in a cloud of grey dirt. He’s checking out recent logging activity around Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park on southern Vancouver Island for the [...]

With Global Heating, Expect Inferno Seasons In The American West

By Peter Kalmus and Natasha Stavros, LA times. -

More than 3.1 million acres have burned in California this year — some 3% of the state — with many wildfires still at zero containment and months of fire season left to go. This far exceeds the [...]

Clear-Cuts: Cause Hot Catastrophic Wildfires

By Chuck Burr, Culture Quake. -

Pack billions of the same-age trees close together, wait for dry-lightning or another ignition source, and you have an unnatural firebomb. The cause of thousands of annual catastrophic hot fires [...]

Fairy Creek Blockade Expands To Protect Rare Old-Growth Forest

By Saul Arbess and Joshua Wright, Focus on Victoria. -

In the midst of an ongoing climate emergency, logging of the ancient rainforests continues at an unfettered rate. The amount of old-growth forest logged each day on Vancouver Island is equivalent [...]

Science Says Burning Trees Is A False Climate Solution

By Stop GE Trees. -

Hundreds of scientists are urging lawmakers to oppose legislation that would encourage wood burning or logging as potential climate solutions. The science doesn’t support it, they say. Last [...]

NY Times Magazine Promotes GE Trees – We Set The Record Straight

By Anne Petermann, Global Justice Ecology Project. -

An article printed in today’s New York Times Magazine, “Can Genetic Engineering Bring Back the American Chestnut?” by Gabriel Popkin, is a disappointing piece of questionable journalism. In [...]

Tropical Forests May Be Heating Earth By 2035

By Tim Radford, Climate News Network. -

London – Within about fifteen years, the great tropical forests of Amazonia and Africa could stop absorbing atmospheric carbon, and slowly start to release more carbon than growing trees can [...]

Reportback And Videos From The Forest & Climate Convergence

By Anne Petermann, Global Justice Ecology Project. -

The Resurgence: 2019 Forest & Climate Movement Convergence took place over October 10-14, 2019. It brought together more than 300 people, including many front line community members and [...]