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Wir bieten Managementberatung für gesamte forstwirtschaftliche Wertschöpfungkette vom Urproduzenten bis zum Endverbraucher. Unsere langjährigen Erfahrung erlaubt es uns, erfolgsentscheidende soziale, ökologsiche oder ökonomsiche Einflussgrößen in Ihrem Betrieb detailliert und präzise zu identifizieren um entsprechnde Führungsmaßnahmen zu treffen. Dadurch helfen wir unseren Kunden strategische Chancen schnell zu nutzen und möglichen Problemen vorzeitig aus dem Wege zu gehen.

Unser Leistungsspektrum umfasst auch Strategieentwicklung sowie deren Umsetzung im Bereich der Forst-und Holzwirtschaft innerhalb der einzelnen Wertschöpfungsebenen aber auch zwischen den Ebenen. So helfen wir unseren Kunden neue Märkte in der Holzverwendung zu erschließen oder aber zukünftige Entwicklungen der Holzmärkte abzuschätzen.

Durch die Kombination unserer überragenden Branchenkenntnisse und unseres Management Know-Hows mit bewährten Methoden zum nachhaltigen Schutz von Ökosystemen und der Biodiversität unterstützen wir unsere Kunden bei der Zertifizierung ihrer Wälder oder Plantagen sowie bei der angeschlossenen chain of custody.

Wir ergänzen mit unserem umfasenden branchenspezifischen Wissen nahtlos die Kompetenzen der Mitarbeiter unserer Kunden. Unsere Arbeitsmethoden reichen von der technischen Analyse bis zur Prozessoptimierung, von Sparring- bis hin zu Szenarioworkshops. Wir arbeiten in jeder Organsiationsebne.

Unser einigartiges Wissen um den gesamten Forstsektor ermöglicht es uns, schon die geringsten Vorzeichen einer Veränderung im Geschäftsumfeld unserer Kunden entsprechend zu interpretieren und mit dem Kunden gemeinsam nach einer Lösung zu suchen.

 

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2018-08-20 07:48 |

Martin Frick, Senior Director for Policy and Programme Coordination at the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), moderated a panel discussion on ‘Bamboo and rattan for climate change and green growth’ at the Global Bamboo and Rattan Congress (BARC). Here, he talks to INBAR about the importance of bamboo as a climate change solution. […]

The post In conversation with… UNFCCC appeared...

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2018-08-20 00:38 |

When it comes to climate, things are officially veering out of control.

In the towering Swiss Alps, skyrocketing temperatures — above 95 degrees Fahrenheit (35 degrees Celcius) — have revealed a World War II airplane that was buried for over 70 years in a glacier.

In...

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2018-08-18 02:13 | Chiara Longhi, Director of Student Services, for being selected for this year’s UBC President’s Service Award for Excellence.

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2018-08-17 18:59 | A two day meeting is currently taking place at the Columbia Law School in New York of the Private Sector Advisory Group to the Green Climate Fund. On the agenda is the Green Climate Fund’s funding of forestry projects. One the first day of the meeting, speakers included Agustin Silvani from Conservation International, Barry Ulrich […]

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2018-08-17 18:53 | A new study tackles an important, unresolved question in the biology of invasive plants. Which is most important to the establishment of new invasive communities -- proximity to seed sources, canopy disturbance, or soil disturbance?

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2018-08-17 13:44 |

The forest industry contributed more than AU$7 billion to the Victorian economy last financial year. This includes AU$1.9 billion in direct sales, and a further AU$5.4 billion once flow-on effects in other industries are included, leading to a total contribution to gross regional product (the regional equivalent of GDP) of AU$779 million.

These figures are among the key findings of two reports funded by Forest and Wood Products Australia; the new Socio-economic impacts of the forest...

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2018-08-17 13:24 |

The NZ Government is doubling to nearly NZ$500 million the funding for forestry tree-planting from its Provincial Growth Fund, meaning one-sixth of the NZ$3 billion, three-year fund will be spent on trees. Regional Development Minister Shane Jones announced the boost this week after the weekly Cabinet meeting.

The NZ$240 million commitment to plant some 60 million trees will be funded through the PGF with about NZ$118 million set aside for grants and a further NZ$120 million for...

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2018-08-17 11:46 |

Conifex Timber Inc. reported results for the 2Q ended June 30, 2018. EBITDA in the 2Q 2018, which excludes countervailing and anti-dumping duty deposits of $8.2 million, was a record $20.8 million, compared to $9.3 million in the 1Q 2018 and $10.2 million in the 2Q 2017.

Revenues totaled $200.3 million in the 2Q 2018, an improvement of 53% over the prior quarter and 72% over the same quarter last year. The revenue growth over the comparative quarters was mainly attributable to an...

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2018-08-17 11:35 | This August, Sapto Nugroho, a runner up in our 2017 ‘Experience Forests, Experience PEFC’ photo contest, shares the story behind his photo ‘Water Bombing’ and explains why forest fires are so dangerous for all of us. How do you feel about forests? I am closely involved...

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2018-08-17 11:27 |

Boise Cascade Company reported net income of $41.8 million, or $1.06 per share, on sales of $1.4 billion for the 2Q ended June 30, 2018. 2Q 2018 results include $9.0 million of net after-tax losses, or $0.23 per share, from non-cash pension settlement charges.

“Both of our businesses delivered outstanding results in the second quarter. Wood Products made very good progress on engineered wood products pricing and took advantage of exceptionally...

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2018-08-17 11:00 | Metsä Group’s next-generation bioproduct mill in Äänekoski, Finland, reached its nominal capacity in August 2018, according to plan. This makes Metsä Group the world’s largest producer of softwood market pulp. The bioproduct mill produced its millionth tonne of pulp on 8 August 2018.

The bioproduct mill was started up on 15 August 2017, on schedule and within budget. The start-up phase progressed in line with the target curve....

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2018-08-17 10:39 | Western Forest Products Inc. has entered into a new $250 million syndicated credit facility. The credit facility matures on August 1, 2022 and includes an accordion feature of $100 million.

The credit facility replaces Western’s existing $125 million revolving credit facility and $110 million revolving term loan facility, which would have matured in December 2018 and June 2019, respectively. The credit facility will be used for general corporate purposes, and has terms consistent with...

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2018-08-16 21:31 | A researcher has discovered that mountain pine beetles may avoid certain trees within a population they normally would kill due to genetics in the trees.

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2018-08-16 18:41 | Despite the limited data on private sector and NGO restoration efforts, the report emphasizes the vital role that all stakeholders play in the planning and implementation of restoration programmes. At the first Bonn Challenge roundtable in Asia, held in May 2017, restoration pledges for the region crossed the 150 million hectare milestone.

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2018-08-16 18:05 | The publication examines nine theses or assumptions related to climate change and sustainable development in LAC and seven challenges they pose. These assumptions and challenges are supported by a series of graphics and illustrations.

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2018-08-16 15:14 | New research suggests the removal of timber harvest residue during harvesting may be a boon for wild bees, an important step toward better understanding the planet's top group of pollinators.

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2018-08-16 15:14 | Researchers have found declines in the number and diversity of bird populations at nine sites surveyed in northern New Mexico, where eight species vanished over time while others had considerably dropped.

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2018-08-16 14:41 |

James Jones & Sons (Pallets & Packaging) Ltd has announced the acquisition of one of the UK’s leading pallet collar manufacturers, Billington International Ltd, for an undisclosed sum.

The deal will see James Jones & Sons (Pallet & Packaging) Ltd take immediate control of the Billington Group, with business operations continuing from Billington’s current office and warehouse premises in Rotherham, Yorkshire to ensure a smooth transition for the Group’s long-standing...

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2018-08-16 00:45 | Few, if any, construction projects on an Oregon campus have undergone the kind of scrutiny that Oregon State University’s Peavy Hall has faced. But then again, few projects are carrying the load that Peavy Hall has shouldered. Source: Democrat Herald Not only is the new building intended to be the home of OSU’s College of Forestry, it also is intended to showcase a technology that could help revitalize the state’s wood-products industry. Peavy was meant (and still is meant) to...

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2018-08-16 00:44 | Trees are growing more rapidly due to climate change. This sounds like good news. After all, this means that trees are storing more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in their wood and hence taking away the key ingredient in global warming. But is it that simple? Source: Timberbiz A team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) analyzed wood samples from the oldest existing experimental areas spanning a period of 150 years – and reached a surprising conclusion. The team led by Hans...

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