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What's your New Year's resolution? We're reimagining cities, rethinking our carbon future and reconnecting people and forests. You?
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Arbor Day President 11h
Trees are one of the most powerful tools we have to protect our environment and to bring people together. Now is the .
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Society of American Foresters Feb 14
Love is in the air today. Show your love for on this . Hug a tree and thank a forester!
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FAO Feb 7
🌳🌲🏡🌴🌳🏚️🌲🏠🌳🌳🏘️🌲🌳 More than 50% of the 🌎’s population lives in urban areas. Trees and urban forests can make our cities cooler, greener, healthier and happier places to live.
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Lacey Rose Feb 14
from “We need to challenge ourselves to think about sustainable solutions to single-use products”
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Leslie Boby Sep 18
“How can you save the forests? With , data & high quality measurements” Zach Parisa, founder of SilviaTerra. “markets attend to what is measured, & ignore what is not”
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Elizabeth Woodworth Jan 21
Attended last year's , hope to again this year. Call for Speakers closes 2/28.
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U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities Feb 12
Call for speakers closes 2/28 at midnight eastern. Don't miss this opportunity! Learn more at
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forestproud Feb 13
We all have a part to play in keeping as forests and rethinking our future. recently launched Vision 2030, a set of goals and targets to build a better future for people and the planet.
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Canada Wood Group Feb 12
Microsoft's upgrade campus in Silicon Valley is on track to become the largest wood structure in north america, by volume of wood used. Microsoft is dedicated to reducing embodied carbon in its building by using wood materials.
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forestproud Feb 13
We're to be moderating at the . is key to reimagining our cities and rethinking our future. With over 70+ speakers and 95 exhibitors, this is the largest gathering of + experts in the world.
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forestproud Feb 11
Are you a doing work keeping as forests, rethinking our future, reconnecting people and forests, & helping us solve social challenges? Tag us; we're always looking for more accounts to follow & stories to tell about what looks like
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forestproud Feb 11
For just a tip of the iceberg of awesome and inspiring working to help reimagine our cities, rethink our future, reconnect people and , and keep forests as forests, take a quick skim through the
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forestproud Feb 11
Shabnam is a at who creates new products from . Driven by her desire to improve the world + contribute to a more future, her work makes her
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Northern Research Feb 11
Iris Montague is a research forester with the Northern Research Station; when she isn't doing work the forest products industry can use, she likes to introduce youth to natural resources.
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forestproud Feb 11
Look who we spotted on main site... Terry Baker, repping a shirt + cruiser’s vest! He represents 11,000 + students across the US and helps advocate for keeping as forests ->
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Society of American Foresters Feb 11
To celebrate Day, we're sending a big thank you to all the women working across the forestry profession!
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forestproud Feb 11
It takes a lot of people to make work. We'll be meeting with over 70+ speakers, 95 exhibitors, and 1,5000 attendees for the largest gathering of and experts in the world. Follow along. Learn from the best, March 24-26
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forestproud Feb 10
Concrete and steel come with massive emissions. So let's ditch them and build towers out of . Yes, wood. That's the solution to reimagining our cities
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forestproud Feb 8
A new study from predicts that a transition to -based could turn the world's cities into a vast sink. That's what we call reimagining our cities and rethinking our carbon future.
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forestproud Feb 7
It take 2 billion to move and store goods in the US and each one is a tiny storage solution. researchers found pallets are more environmentally friendly and than .
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