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Sustainable Management Advice From NZ To The World

Friday, 7 December 2001, 1:47 pm | Brian Swale - campaigner for sustainable forestry

She's off to take part in an international conference on Sustainable Development for Third-world countries, to help them stave off developing endemic terrorism due to being poor. Advice from one developing third world country to others. More >>

Forest Co's In Alliance With Environmental NGOs

Tuesday, 24 July 2001, 2:32 pm | Brian Swale - campaigner for sustainable forestry

In one of the most unlikely alliances of the decade, the NZ Forests Industries Council and the NZ Forest Owners’ Association joined forces with Greenpeace South Pacific, Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society, and World Wide Fund for Nature NZ, to ... More >>

Govt Sales Of State Assets Continue Despite Policy

Monday, 16 July 2001, 2:36 pm | Brian Swale - campaigner for sustainable forestry

On National Radio, Sunday morning 15th July 2001, in the Insight Programme, in an interview purportedly for this programme, the Prime Minister said More >>

Forestry Report Unsurprising

Monday, 11 June 2001, 2:03 pm | Brian Swale - campaigner for sustainable forestry

On the 30th of May 2001 the report of the Review Committee appointed on 24th July 2000 by the Labour government was released. Interestingly, it was printed as long ago as November 2000. More >>

Conserving decorative timber in the Beehive

Thursday, 22 March 2001, 9:12 am | Brian Swale - campaigner for sustainable forestry

ANEGRE ( Aningeria robusta; Sapotaceae, 1934, is a tree about 30 metres tall) and is traded under the names Tanganika, Mukali, Grogoli, English tawa, agnegre, aninguerie, aniegre, landosan, mukali, kali, osan, mutoke, mukangu, muna and Tasmanian walnut. More >>

 
 
 
 
 

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