Forest products are expanding beyond conventional wood, pulp, and paper products to include high-performance cellulose-based materials.
In a world that is rapidly changing, conventional interventions in forestry and conservation may not be sufficient to conserve species of interest, and/or to maintain productive forests. Thus, some scholars, practitioners, and policy-makers have called for novel interventions such as the assisted migration of trees.
Cumulative Effects are changes to the environmental, social and economic values – caused by the combined effect of past, present and potential future human activities & natural processes.
After years of planning and preparation, and with permission from the First Nations House of Learning, the Musqueam people, and the Haida people, Bill Reid’s Looplex X has finally found a home in the Forest Sciences Centre.
A panel of experts, with 100 years of collective experience, discuss contemporary approaches to wildfire management.