CANBERRA, 29 November, 2010 – Project Pioneer, an ‘early mover’ in carbon capture and storage (CCS), became today the latest project to be tapped by the Global CCS Institute for emerging hands-on knowledge and expertise that can help overcome key barriers facing the technology’s world
A convoy of up to 30 log trucks and support industry vehicles from the State’s South East will rumble into Adelaide Wednesday morning (24th November) to protest against the ‘forward sale’ of Forestry SA plantation harvest rights. The heavily-laden vehicles are expected to interrupt pe
Timber imports continue to be an increasingly critical ingredient in Australia’s house construction industry. Technical manager for the Australian Timber Importers Federation John Halkett says that “flat” domestic production in categories like structural pine and hardwood boards has
The prospects for the forestry and the wood products industry to further contribute to economic and social goals in northern Australia was under the spotlight in Sydney last week at a meeting of the Northern Australia Forestry Project technical team.
To sell or not to sell the State’s forests – that is the question. And there’s strong fears in the South East that Treasurer Kevin Foley may have already made up his mind, but is not willing to admit it. Mr Foley has publicly confirmed that the forward sale of forestry plantations has
The peak representative body for the Victorian timber industry, the Victorian Association of Forest Industries (VAFI), said the Coalition's decision to preference the anti-prosperity Greens last would help protect Victoria's 24,000 forestry jobs.
The Victorian Forest Contractors Association (VFCA) the industry association representing Harvest and Haulage Forest contractors, cautiously welcomed talks if they will result in an end to forest and anti plantation protests as well as a secure and stable future for its
Registrations for the Bioenergy Australia 2010 Conference to be held at the Novotel Manly Pacific, Sydney from 9 - 10 December 2010, with the technical tour on 8 December 2010, are coming in strongly. Attendance is expected to be similar to last year, when we had 340+ delegates. The