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Tiny beetle is killing SA's trees – and nothing can stop it
27 September, 2018
Tiny beetle is killing SA's trees – and nothing can stop it
A beetle smaller than a sesame seed is killing huge trees throughout South Africa, and little can be done to stop it. The polyphagous shot hole borer, a native of southeast Asia no bigger than 2mm, has found its way to South Africa and is infesting trees at an alarming rate. read more
Forestry managers fight fire with flora
27 September, 2018
Forestry managers fight fire with flora
On July 23, a wildfire broke out near the Greek coastal village of Mati, east of Athens. The fire spread rapidly, fanned by 70mph winds and fuelled by the parched vegetation and pine trees. At least 88 people lost their lives. read more
Labor’s promised forestry plan – science over hysteria
27 September, 2018
Labor’s promised forestry plan – science over hysteria
The federal Labor Party has promised a forestry plan that emphasises science over environmental hysteria, and includes carbon farming and bioenergy as chief ways for the sector to fight climate change. Philip Hopkins for Timberbiz. read more
4 per 1000 Initiative launches New Digital Hub to Reverse Degradation of World Soil
19 September, 2018
Global Summit
There's been a big shift taking place at the Global Climate Summit this week - government and donors are waking up to nature as the forgotten solution to climate change. The land sector is finally at the top of the climate change agenda. And rightly so. read more

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