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EU antitrust investigators target wood pulp producers

Source: The Tree Frog Forestry News, October 14, 2021, 

Category: Today’s Takeaway

The EU Commission is investigating whether wood pulp companies have violated antitrust rules that  prohibit cartels. In related news: Drax calls NRDC’s report on biomass neutrality ‘ill-informed‘; big energy pitches carbon-neutral oil and gas; a climate change contrarian reinforces the import of science; and wood pellet use falls as a source of US home heating. Meanwhile: lumber markets show signs of  another price run; and the US consumer price index is on the rise.

In other news: California’s wildfire dilemma—houses or forests first?; the long road to recovery—three years after Hurricane Michael; a Vancouver Island Wood Industry Forum emphasizes collaboration; and this Swedish town is what a climate-conscious future looks like.

Finally, after 2 years hiding in the forest, a Colorado elk is freed from its tire necklace.

~Brought to you by Kelly, Sandy, Heidi and Lisa


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