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A critical crossroads now lies ahead in the years-long effort by Forests Forever to reform timber regulations in California. Click here to take action and help ensure that the citizens of California get the timber rules we are paying for and have a right to expect!

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Climate Crisis!   Climate Crises CALIFORNIA'S FORESTS AT RISK

  • Impacts of Climate Change on California Forests
  • Global Climate Change
  • Forests and Climate Change
  • Clearcutters Hop on Cap-and-Trade Program

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A behind-the-scenes eavesdrop on the private discussions about whether to allow forest clearcutting to be rewarded and encouraged under California's cap-and-trade program to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.

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Listen to Director Paul Hughes on KKRN
Forests Forever Executive Director Paul Hughes is special in-studio guest on the "Unspun Show" with host Doug Bennett on KKRN 88.5 FM Community Radio in Round Mountain, Calif. Broadcast in conjunction with the Forum for the Forest conference in Redding held on Feb. 11, 2012. Co-host Dr. Doug Craig, a blogger at Climate of Change as well as a clinical psychologist, makes the connections between logging, corporate influence and climate change.

Listen to the broadcast:
Listen to Director Paul Hughes on KPFA
Listen to Forests Forever Executive Director Paul Hughes interviewed on KPFA 94.1 FM discussing the state Air Resources Board's decision to allow forest clearcutting as a means of capping CO2 emissions. Hughes also discusses devastating budget cuts to timber harvest inspections in California.

Our mission: To protect and enhance the forests and wildlife habitat of California through educational, legislative, and electoral activities.
 

Forests Forever:
Their Ecology, Restoration, and Protection
by
John J. Berger

NOW AVAILABLE
from Forests Forever Foundation
and the Center for American Places