THE Federal Coalition has cautiously welcomed the release of the statement of principles by parties to the Tasmanian forests negotiations but has warned that the Federal Government must ensure the Greens do not dictate to the Prime Minister and Forestry Minister over this critical iss
CONTINUED increases in demand for wood raw-material from sawmills, plywood plants and pulp mills in China has pushed domestic log prices upward and many Chinese companies are increasingly exploring the opportunities of importing more logs and wood chips to supplement the domestic fibe
THE GOTTSTEIN Wood Science Course “Understanding Wood” has been a feature of the forestry and wood products training space for over 20 years. The week-long course is normally held every second year and is aimed at new employees in the forest and wood products sector to give them some
The peak representative body for the Victorian timber industry, the Victorian
Association of Forest Industries (VAFI), has released a 10 point plan to secure a
sustainable forest industry for Victoria’s future.
The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA)
welcomes the release of the Prime Minister's Task Group on Energy Efficiency
The report was commissioned by the Australian Government to provide advice on
the development of policy that will strengthen Australia’s response to
Australia’s national forest industry body notes the release today of the Guide to the proposed Basin
Plan by the Murray Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) as a basis for seeking industry and community
input on the longer term development of the water plan.
Australian pulp and paper companies, unions, and research organisations have come together to secure a sustainable future for the pulp and paper industry.
“The work of the Pulp and Paper Industry Innovation Council will help the Government ensure Australia’s pulp and paper industry