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ernment is working with the forest industry to promote the role of forest products in fighting climate change. A news release notes that living forests store vast amounts of carbon that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere. Premier Gordon Campbell says the combination of living forests and clean manufacturing techniques make the resource an asset in battling climate change….
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The news release also says the forest industry is using clean wood-based bio-energy in the manufacturing process, rather than using energy sources that burn fossil fuels.

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