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Mexico’s First Wood Fiberboard Plant Highlights Controversy Over UN FAO

Drawing on local eucalyptus plantation it owns, Proteak Uno's new medium density fiber board plant highlights the ongoing controversy revolving around industrial forestry and its contributions to achieving key national and international environmental, climate change and sustainable development goals.Read More

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Escalating Costs of Global Warming All Too Evident as UN

Evidence of global warming, and its escalating costs, continues to mount as some 15,000 delegates attended the opening of the UNFCCC's COP 17 climate change conference in Durban, South Africa yesterday. Nature seemed to weigh in, buffeting the coastal Indian Ocean city with an unseasonable torrential rain. Read More

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Big Benefits to Rural Poor from Small-Scale Bioenergy Projects

Appropriately designed and carried out, small-scale bioenergy projects are resulting in various and numerous social and environmental benefits in poor, rural communities across Africa, Asia and Latin America, according to an FAO/UK Dept. of International Development report.Read More