Thursday, 25 August 2011 09:30

WSRI Web Site Revised

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The Wood Supply Research Institute has updated and revised Project information on its web site, to reflect its decision earlier this year to promote and release research results more extensively beyond its immediate membership.
The U.S. Forest Service has published a 14-page report, illustrated with photos, maps, and satellite imagery, demonstrating the effectiveness of a series of fuel treatment projects in protecting vulnerable communities threatened by this spring’s record-breaking Wallow Fire, which ultimately burned more than 733 square miles in Arizona and New Mexico.
Friday, 22 July 2011 14:06

Stirring the Pot on Truck Weights

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On June 26, a group of anti-truck pressure groups published a letter opposing the Safe and Efficient Transportation Act (“SETA” - HR 763 / S 747), making unfounded allegations that SETA would compromise safety, damage roads, and increase truck traffic. The letter—signed not only by Public Citizen and other so-called “safety” groups and rail interests but also by several green group...
Friday, 22 July 2011 14:04

Interior and “Renewable Energy”

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“Advancing the Obama Administration’s commitment to rapid and responsible development of large-scale renewable energy,” opens a July 14 news release from the Department of the Interior, “Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today announced the approval of four new projects on public lands, the launch of environmental reviews on three others, and the next step in a comprehensive environmental analysis to identify ‘solar energy zones’ on public lands in six western states.”
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