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  • “Sustainable” forestry claims are false and misleading: citizen complaint

    As forestry companies continue to log endangered old-growth forests in British Columbia, six Canadians today requested the federal Competition Bureau to investigate the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) for promoting its forestry certification standard as an assurance of sustainability.

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    The AFA is seeking an experienced and highly motivated Community Engagement Specialist to join the team.

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  • Old-growth in contentious Fairy Creek region could be worth more standing than logged

    Canada’s National Observer- A new economic study shows ancient trees in the contentious Fairy Creek region on southern Vancouver Island are worth considerably more standing to nearby communities than if they were cut down.

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    Thank you to our recent business supporters for your generosity toward the ancient forest campaign.

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  • B.C.’s new old-growth advisory panel ‘a glimmer of hope’ for ancient forests

    National Observer – Environmentalists struggling to save diminishing ancient forests on Canada’s West Coast are hopeful after B.C. announced a new old-growth advisory panel staffed by respected foresters and scientists.

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  • New economic report highlights need for funding to support Indigenous-led old-growth protection and sustainable economic development.

    The Ancient Forest Alliance has released a report that considers the economic implications of protecting old-growth forests when taking ecosystem services like carbon storage, recreation, tourism, salmon habitat, and other values into account. The study, which took 2.5 years to complete, uses old-growth forests near Port Renfrew, in the territories of the Pacheedaht and Ditidaht […]

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  • New study reveals old-growth forests are worth more to BC economy standing than logged

    BC’s old-growth forests contribute far more economic benefit to society when kept standing, according to a new independent study released today by the Ancient Forest Alliance.

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