The State of Canada’s Forests Annual Report
Canada has been managing its forests according to the principles of sustainable forest management for many years. The State of Canada’s Forests: Annual Report has been a trusted and authoritative source of comprehensive information on the social, economic and environmental state of Canada’s forests and forest sector for 32 years.
Forestry & Conservation - Natural Resources and Energy Development
New Brunswick’s forests are a place for plant and animal species to thrive, a setting for people to enjoy nature, and a driver for rural economic growth – both now and for generations to come. Sustainable forest management uses sound forest science, a world-class research network and modern processing facilities which has allowed New Brunswick to be one of the largest producers of sustainable wood products in the country. Learn more about how forest resources are managed sustainably through stewardship, adaptation, and innovation.
Climate Change in New Brunswick
The science is clear. In Canada, climate change will see temperatures rise two times faster than the global average.
Learn more about what we can do and explore the ways New Brunswicker and Industry are working to reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions by visiting GNB's Climate Change website.
Forests and forestry - Natural Resources Canada
Canada is rich in forest resources and a world leader in sustainable forest management. The health of our forests, as well as the communities that depend on them are influenced by a variety of environmental, societal and economic factors.
Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC)
The Forest Products Association of Canada and its members are looking to partner with decision makers on collective action in support of wide-ranging goals and objectives that will recognize and support the transformative progress forest products companies have made in forest management, GHG emissions reduction, and the creation of an innovative, more sustainable economic future for Canada.
Healthy Forest Partnership
The Healthy Forest Partnership (HFP) arose as a means of researching an early intervention strategy— proposed by researchers from the Canadian Forest Service and the University of New Brunswick—to control spruce budworm populations.
The HFP was formed to harness the collaborative power of an Atlantic-wide partnership between researchers, industry, government and the public to address the impacts of a spruce budworm infestation.
The Canadian Institue of Forestry (CIF)
The Canadian Institute of Forestry / Institut forestier du Canada (CIF-IFC) is a not-for-profit, member-based organization. Founded in 1908, the CIF-IFC is the oldest forest society in Canada, serving as the voice of forest practitioners representing foresters, forest technologists and technicians, ecologists, biologists, educators and many others with an interest in forests and forestry.
Educational Resources & Links
The Envirothon® is an environmental and natural resource conservation problem-solving, teambuilding and leadership experience and competition for high school students (grades 9-12 or ages 14-19) across the United States, Canada, and China. Incorporating STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) principles, experiential learning and hands-on outdoor field experiences, the Envirothon fosters student learning in the areas of AQUATIC ECOLOGY, FORESTRY, SOILS and LAND USE, WILDLIFE, and CURRENT ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES.
Project Learning Tree Canada
Project Learning Tree Canada (PLT Canada) is committed to advancing environmental literacy, stewardship, and green career pathways, using trees and forests as windows on the world. Our award-winning environmental education, forest literacy, and career pathway resources offer a lifetime of learning from early childhood through adulthood. Our wide and diverse network provides professional development for educators and opportunities for young people to explore nature and the diversity of green careers in the forest and conservation sector. Together, we are growing future forest and conservation leaders.
Atlantic Teachers' Tour - Forests Worth Knowing
The Atlantic Teachers' Tour has become recognized as one of the best professional development programs in the region. Tours have been held in all three Maritime Provinces, exposing participants to the extent, vitality, and importance of the region’s forests and the people, industries, and communities who depend upon them. It is a collaborative effort among the forest product companies, academic organizations, governments, land owners, conservation groups and many, many others, as year after year, they come together to contribute their time, knowledge, and passion in the development of one truly awesome program.
Forest NB on YouTube
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