Slides from the presentation provide a convenient overview of the background and process of the Independent Review and of the Report itself
On UNB Forestry and Environmental Management Facebook Page:
The slide set provides a convenient overview of the background and process of the Independent Review and of the Report itself, under these headings:
Policy History Highlights
Key Conclusions: Ecological Forestry
Key Conclusions: NDRs, Productivity, Governance
Key Conclusions: The Triad
Forest Management Guide –Silviculture in Matrix Forests
Points of Contention
Listed Under Points of Contention:
– Plantations (especially on Crown lands)
– Biomass (for the grid)
– Holistic and integrated package vs. cherry picking
– How Lands and Forestry discharges its mandate: Micromanagement vs. an outcomes-based system
– Shifting attention and debate to the bigger picture
The Announcement for the event on website of The Association of Registered Professional Foresters of New Brunswick:
Nova Scotia’s Independent Review of Forestry Practices: Paradigms, Ecological Forestry and Triads
November 19, 2018 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Wu Centre Auditorium | UNB
In August, 2018, the Independent Review of Forestry Practices for Nova Scotia was released.
Professor William Lahey (currently President of University of Kings College in Halifax) will describe the process of the review (which included 80 meetings, advice from a team of experts, and over 250 written submissions).
He will highlight his 45 recommendations and describe how the report has been received by the government, media and civil society.
Also in attendance will be Dr. Robert Seymour, Professor Emeritus, University of Maine, and member of the expert advisory panel.
View also the UNB Announcement (UNB Forestry and Environmental Management public lecture-FR)
Thanks for making it all publicly available, UNB