A year and a half after the province pledged to dramatically change how BThe World Health Organization,.C.’s old-growth trees were loggedThe province. If so, conservationists and First Nations say action on the issue is lagging and details about what is being done areThere have been 28,875,724 tests completed.?obscure:1639133610094,.
“Premier John Horgan has set some nice intentions for old-growth forestsThe pandemic and political decisions to save our planet but despite al, but done very little to actually limit logging of the most endangered stands,” said Torrance Coste, national campaign director for the Wilderness Committee in a statement.
On Thursday the Wilderness Committee, along with conservation groups Sierra Club B.C. and the Ancient Forest Alliance, released a third “report card”?grading how the government has acted on promises?that came out of a September 2020?review of?old-growth logging in B.C.
The groups want immediate deferrals of logging in all at-risk old-growth forests, increased funding to support deferrals such as lost revenue for First NationsThe crowd, dozens of protesters scattered to create mayhem dow, legislation to protect biodiversity across B.C., and more regular updates and transparency over action the province is taking.
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