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Global wildfire emissions declined over past 90 years, but not in Canada, Vancouver Star, April 17, 2018

Sierra Club says Vancouver Island orca rubbing beaches threatened by proposed old-growth logging, Straight.com, April 12, 2018

Media release: Proposed old-growth logging on Vancouver Island threatens unique orca rubbing beaches, April 9, 2018

Logging clash pulls NDP government from all sides, with whales’ ‘rubbing beaches’ at centre of dispute, Globe and Mail, April 8, 2018

Vancouver Island ancient rainforest stands are becoming as rare as white rhinos, The Province, March 28, 2018 

Media release: BC government’s announcement on LNG a new form of climate denial, March 22, 2018 

BC Premier John Horgan offers tax breaks to boost LNG industry, Vancouver Sun, March 22, 2018

Suzuki Foundation and Sierra Club slam Premier John Horgan's LNG announcement, Straight.com, March 22, 2018

B.C. Moves Ahead With Review of Controversial Environmental Assessment Process, Desmog, March 18, 2018

Media release: “White Rhino” map shows most endangered old-growth rainforest now covers less than 7 per cent of Vancouver Island, March 6, 2018

Province not setting local governments up to succeed in climate change fight, Pique News, March 5, 2018

Media release: Sierra Club BC welcomes increased protection for northern goshawk and marbled murrelet habitat, February 28, 2018

B.C. Not Prepared for Climate Change Disasters, Not On Track to Cut Emissions: Auditor General, Desmog, February 15, 2018

Sierra Club BC on Saving Ancient Forest, Voices For Our Planet, January 31, 2018

BC Green Party’s Andrew Weaver threatens to take down NDP over LNG, Globe and Mail, January 18, 2018

Media release: Sierra Club BC calls on Premier to do climate math: LNG doesn’t square with emissions targets January 18, 2018

B.C. Premier Horgan’s LNG push at odds with NDP emissions goals, Globe and Mail, January 14, 2018

B.C. Quietly Releases Emissions Update That Shows It’ll Blow 2020 Climate Target, Desmog, January 12, 2018

Media release: B.C.’s greenhouse gas emissions have risen in four of the last five years January 11, 2018

Latest figures show B.C.'s carbon emissions continue to increase, Vancouver Sun, January 12, 2018

Media release: Vancouver Island old-growth logging increased more than 10 per cent in 2016, December 14, 2017

Globally significant karst and old-growth ecosystems at risk on Vancouver Island, Vancouver Sun, December 27, 2017

Can Opposition Force Trudeau to Act On Four Key Issues in 2018? Tyee, December 20, 2017

Comment: Meaningful facts needed in old-growth debate, Times Colonist, November 5, 2017

Climate Change & Old Growth Forests, Shaw TV South Vancouver Island, October 24, 2017

Old growth solutions: conservation, communities, and climate, 
Presentation at Conservation Forum, Habitat Conservation Trust, Victoria, October 12, 2017

New BC Government Must Reform Forest Policies, BCTV Kootenay News, October 10, 2017

Preserve Old-Growth Forests to Keep Carbon Where It Belongs, Tyee, September 12, 2017

The future is here for the new B.C. government - with hurricane force, Georgia Straight September 7, 2017

Ahousaht Land Use Vision Is Best News for Vancouver Island in Decades, Tyee, April 29, 2017

Loss of old-growth faster than for tropical rainforest: Sierra Club of B.C., Times Colonist, April 11, 2017

Twenty-five international environmental organizations call for action for Vancouver Island, Sierra Club BC, April 10, 2017

More than 13,000 reasons to make 2017 the year to end B.C.’s grizzly-bear trophy hunt, Georgia Straight, April 7, 2017

Don't despair, you can save the world within your reach, National Observer, February 17, 2017

The Rainforest Solutions Project Wins the 2016 Fuller Challenge, Buckminster Fuller Institute, October 5, 2016

Stephen Hume: Sierra Club calls for a moratorium on old growth logging, Vancouver Sun, July 26, 2016

Jack Knox: 'Generational amnesia' softens fight for forests, Times Colonist, July 20, 2016

Vancouver Island old growth on brink of collapse, CBC, July 18, 2016

Unprecedented Wildfires in Western Canada Call For Serious Climate Action, Desmog Canada, May 30, 2016

Vancouver Island's Last Stands, Report Co-Published by the Wilderness Committee and Sierra Club BC, Spring 2016

Protection sought for full rainforest

10,000 sign scroll calling on B.C. to fulfil preservation agreement

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/protection-sought-for-full-rainforest#sthash.VOrjaVmF.dpuf

Protection sought for full rainforest

10,000 sign scroll calling on B.C. to fulfil preservation agreement

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/protection-sought-for-full-rainforest#sthash.VOrjaVmF.dpuf

Vancouver Island’s old-growth forest an ‘ecological emergency’: Sierra Club, Globe and Mail, March 30, 2016

Vancouver Island and South Coast Rainforest at High Ecological Risk, Backgrounder, March 2016

Protection sought for full rainforest

10,000 sign scroll calling on B.C. to fulfil preservation agreement

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/protection-sought-for-full-rainforest#sthash.VOrjaVmF.dpuf

Protection sought for full rainforest

10,000 sign scroll calling on B.C. to fulfil preservation agreement

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/protection-sought-for-full-rainforest#sthash.VOrjaVmF.dpuf

Great Bear Agreements show the way, Times Colonist, March 24, 2016

Spectacular Photos Reveal Newly Protected Great Bear Rainforest, National Geographic, March 3, 2016

Canada Just Protected A Rainforest Twice The Size Of Belgium, Huffington Post, February 3, 2016

‘War of the Woods’ Over a Massive Canadian Rainforest Ends With a Peace Agreement, Vice, February 2, 2016

Solutions Are Possible’: Great Bear Rainforest Land-Use Deal Reached, The Tyee, February 1, 2016

Forests Can Only Fight Climate Change if We Become Better Stewards, Tyee, December 4, 2015

Why the Walbran matters, Georgia Straight, November 12, 2015

Redeye-Interview/Podcast about BC's forest fires, old-growth logging and climate change, September 20, 2015  

Sonora Island old-growth forests to feed pensioners? Focus Magazine, September 2015

Enforcement of B.C. forest regulations shows record of small fines, little transparency, Vancouver Sun, July 22, 2015

Opinion: Recall TimberWest’s logging permits, Vancouver Sun, July 20, 2015

Sierra Club BC: "Our forests need better government management" Pressreader, July 9, 2015

Common Law radio, Interview about the Great Bear Rainforest, forest and climate change, July 6, 2015

Greenhouse gas emissions from B.C. forests on dramatic rise, Vancouver Sun, June 30, 2015

BC Forest Wake-Up Call: Heavy Carbon Losses Hit 10-Year Mark, Sierra Club BC backgrounder, June 2015

Groups say TimberWest went on logging-spree ahead of new rules, Globe and Mail, May 21, 2015

Great Bear Rainforest at Risk, Global News Clip, May 21, 2015

Sorry B.C., You're not a Climate Change Leader, Huffington Post, May 20, 2015
(also published on Desmog Canada)

BC Climate Change Progress Stalled, Critics Say, Tyee, May 11, 2015

Finishing the Great Bear Rainforest Agreements akin to climbing Mount Everest, Georgia Straight, March 31, 2015

Sharks, snakes and giant squid: Climate change driving exotic species north into B.C., National Post, March 31, 2015

Forestry emissions are increasing, Vancouver Sun, February 13, 2015

Mount Polley Interview about expert panel recommendations (start at minute 7), CFAX January, 30, 2015

The Great Bear: worth more alive than dead, Focus Magazine, January 2015

B.C. Must Step Out Of Canada's Carbon Shadow, Huffington Post, December 18, 2014

Climate action could happen faster than we think, Times Colonist, November 28, 2014

It’s time to fully deliver Great Bear Rainforest agreements, Vancouver Sun, November 4, 2014

Climate action in light of New York Summit, CFAX interview, September 2014

Why global warming requires a stop for new tar sands pipelines and tankers, Georgia Straight, September 15, 2014

Sierra Club BC Calls for Independent Investigation of Mount Polley Disaster, August 2014 (with media links) 

B.C. forest giveaway threatens to speed up collapse, Georgia Straight, May 26, 2014

No to Forest Giveaway, Yes to Forest Action
No to Forest Giveaway, Yes to Forest Action

Great Bear Rainforest Will Win With Extra Time, Huffington Post, April 15, 2014

Interview about climate solutions highlights of the IPCC WG3 report, CKNW, April 13, 2014 

Will A Blockbuster Report be Ignored or Embraced?
Interview about the IPCC's WG2 report, CKNW, April 1, 2014 

B.C.'s forests shift from carbon sink to carbon source, Rabble Podcast, February 2014

Great Bear Rainforest carbon credits offer economic lifeline to First Nations,
Georgia Straight Magazine, January 31, 2014

Living Forests and Oceans: BC's Supernatural Climate Allies, SFU Carbon Talk, January 30, 2014 

Recommendations for implementation of the Great Bear Rainforest Agreements, CFAX Interview, January 30, 2014

Carbon emissions from B.C. forests ‘alarming’: environmental group, Times Colonist, January 16, 2014

BC Forest Carbon Meltdown, Backgrounder January 15, 2014

Global warming demands action now to prevent catastrophe, Vancouver Sun, October 4, 2013

Climate Change and what it means for British Columbia
A Sierra Club BC memo in light of the new IPCC report,
September 30, 2013

Can We Save Clayoquot Sound? Huffington Post, July 8, 2013

10 Things to Know About Forests and Climate, Prezi Presentation, June 2013

The next BC government will face a 400 parts per million world, Tyee, April 9, 2013

Three Important Numbers: Why Old-growth Forests Matter

Posted by Jens Wieting, Forest and Climate Campaigner at Mar 18, 2013 08:50 PM |

On March 16 Jens Wieting spoke at the rally for ancient forests and sustainable forestry in Victoria, organized by the Ancient Forest Alliance. He spoke about three important numbers: 10, 300 and ...read on to find the third number!

- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/blog/jens-wieting-posts#sthash.X7cTJD4p.dpuf

Three Important Numbers: Why Old-growth Forests Matter

Posted by Jens Wieting, Forest and Climate Campaigner at Mar 18, 2013 08:50 PM |

On March 16 Jens Wieting spoke at the rally for ancient forests and sustainable forestry in Victoria, organized by the Ancient Forest Alliance. He spoke about three important numbers: 10, 300 and ...read on to find the third number!

- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/blog/jens-wieting-posts#sthash.X7cTJD4p.dpuf

Three Important Numbers: Why Old-growth Forests Matter

Posted by Jens Wieting, Forest and Climate Campaigner at Mar 18, 2013 08:50 PM |

On March 16 Jens Wieting spoke at the rally for ancient forests and sustainable forestry in Victoria, organized by the Ancient Forest Alliance. He spoke about three important numbers: 10, 300 and ...read on to find the third number!

- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/blog/jens-wieting-posts#sthash.X7cTJD4p.dpuf

Three Important Numbers: Why Old-growth Forests Matter

Posted by Jens Wieting, Forest and Climate Campaigner at Mar 18, 2013 08:50 PM |

On March 16 Jens Wieting spoke at the rally for ancient forests and sustainable forestry in Victoria, organized by the Ancient Forest Alliance. He spoke about three important numbers: 10, 300 and ...read on to find the third number!

- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/blog/jens-wieting-posts#sthash.X7cTJD4p.dpuf

Three Important Numbers: Why Old-growth Forests Matter

Posted by Jens Wieting, Forest and Climate Campaigner at Mar 18, 2013 08:50 PM |

On March 16 Jens Wieting spoke at the rally for ancient forests and sustainable forestry in Victoria, organized by the Ancient Forest Alliance. He spoke about three important numbers: 10, 300 and ...read on to find the third number!

- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/blog/jens-wieting-posts#sthash.X7cTJD4p.dpuf

Three Important Numbers: Why Old-growth Forests Matter, Sierra Club BC Wild Blog, March 18, 2013
Rally for ancient forests and sustainable forestry in Victoria, organized by the Ancient Forest Alliance. Watch video here

Old-growth logging cancels B.C.’s carbon savings, Sierra Club says, Globe and Mail, February 27, 2013

Carbon at Risk -  B.C.’s Unprotected Old-Growth Rainforest, February 2013
Carbon storage and carbon loss of B.C.’s unprotected coastal old-growth rainforest 

Environmentalists look to insert Great Bear Rainforest into B.C. election agenda, Vancouver Sun, February 7, 2013

Enbridge Pipeline Puts Hope For A Better World At Stake, Huffington Post, January 20, 2013

Why Canada could still lead the world to climate action, Huffington Post, December 18, 2012

The gap between carbon talk and carbon action in B.C., Georgia Straight, November 27, 2012

Why We Don't Need Carbon Cowboys, Huffington Post, November 12, 2012
The controversial geo-engineering and salmon restoration project off the coast of Haida Gwaii received more international criticism this month.

A call for climate action, Times Colonist, September 21, 2012
Leadership requires taking responsibility for our full carbon-footprint  

B.C. ignoring massive carbon emissions: report, Vancouver Sun, September 13, 2012

Emissions impossible? British Columbia’s Uncounted Greenhouse Gas Emissions
B.C.’s greenhouse gas emissions quadruple when emissions from fossil fuel exports and forests are counted, according to a Sierra Club BC report released on September 13, 2012

Protection sought for full rainforest

10,000 sign scroll calling on B.C. to fulfil preservation agreement

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/protection-sought-for-full-rainforest#sthash.VOrjaVmF.dpuf

Protection sought for full rainforest

10,000 sign scroll calling on B.C. to fulfil preservation agreement

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/protection-sought-for-full-rainforest#sthash.VOrjaVmF.dpuf

Protection sought for full rainforest, Times Colonist, July 20, 2012

U-turn in forest management needed to protect environment, Vancouver Sun, July 9, 2012
Last month, the provincial government decided to lift logging restrictions over 9,500 hectares of forest in the Fraser region, just as the mighty river threatened to flood properties in the Lower Mainland.

Can a Single B.C. Forest Change the World? Huffington Post, June 22, 2012
On June 20, representatives from more than 100 governments will meet for the Rio+20 summit in Brazil to discuss and hopefully agree on a meaningful version of "The Future We Want" -- the title of the draft agreement currently being negotiated.

Whither the Yellow Cedar? Tyee, March 16, 2012
The sad irony of a tree freezing to death in a warming climate. How to stop it.

Half is not enough for the Great Bear Rainforest, Special to the Sun, February 29, 2012
Six years ago an amazing thing happened.

Blowing BC's carbon bank, Friends of Clayoquot Sound Newsletter, Winter 2011
BC’s coastal rainforests store massive amounts of carbon, making them a key asset in the fight against global warming.

Speaking Out for Ancient Forests, Sierra Club BC Wild Blog, November 4, 2011
On October 20 I spoke at the rally for Ancient Forests and BC forestry jobs. Here is what I said. Watch video

TimberWest out of step in Great Bear Rainforest, A few days ago, I flew over the southern part of the Great Bear Rainforest to take a look at the landscape in the tenure of the logging company TimberWest.

Canadians must force provincial governments into action on global warming, By confirming that it will reject a new Kyoto Protocol, the Canadian government once more joined the small group of countries that are undermining efforts to develop a meaningful international framework to tackle global warming. 

Environmental groups urge Clark to protect B.C. rainforest, Globe and Mail, March 31, 2011

How to Fight Global Warming and Protect Nature in BC's Coastal Rainforest, January 13, 2011
CFAX radio interview on the Sierra Club BC report "Restoring the Balance for Climate and Species"

Poor B.C. logging practices 'add to gas emissions'

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/poor-b-c-logging-practices-add-to-gas-emissions#sthash.MejDuboD.dpuf

Poor logging practices 'add to gas emissions', Times Colonist, January 13, 2011

Poor B.C. Logging Practices "add to gas emissions"
Poor B.C. Logging Practices "add to gas emissions"
Poor B.C. Logging Practices "add to gas emissions"
Poor B.C. Logging Practices "add to gas emissions"

Poor B.C. logging practices 'add to gas emissions'

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/poor-b-c-logging-practices-add-to-gas-emissions#sthash.MejDuboD.dpuf

Poor B.C. logging practices 'add to gas emissions'

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/poor-b-c-logging-practices-add-to-gas-emissions#sthash.MejDuboD.dpuf

Poor B.C. logging practices 'add to gas emissions'

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/poor-b-c-logging-practices-add-to-gas-emissions#sthash.MejDuboD.dpuf

Poor B.C. logging practices 'add to gas emissions'

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/poor-b-c-logging-practices-add-to-gas-emissions#sthash.MejDuboD.dpuf

Poor B.C. logging practices 'add to gas emissions'

By Judith Lavoie
The Times Colonist
- See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/media-centre/press-clips/poor-b-c-logging-practices-add-to-gas-emissions#sthash.MejDuboD.dpuf

Restoring the Balance for Climate and Species
How to Fight Global Warming and Protect
Nature in B.C.’s Coastal Rainforest
January 2011, Sierra Club BC

 

Climate change and B.C. forest stewardship – a widening gap, Sierra Club BC Wild Blog, August 6, 2010
According to a Thursday newspaper article there are around 400 active forest fires in B.C. this week.

New NASA map shows why B.C.’s coastal rainforest is globally unique, Sierra Club BC Wild Blog, July 23, 2010
This week NASA released a map that enables us to compare tree height in B.C.’s coastal forests to other forest regions of the world.

B.C.'s old-growth forests have support of the Na'vi - See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/blog/b-c-s-old-growth-forests-have-support-of-the-navi#sthash.9nKUGl1A.dpuf
B.C.'s old-growth forests have support of the Na'vi - See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/blog/b-c-s-old-growth-forests-have-support-of-the-navi#sthash.9nKUGl1A.dpuf
B.C.'s old-growth forests have support of the Na'vi - See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/blog/b-c-s-old-growth-forests-have-support-of-the-navi#sthash.9nKUGl1A.dpuf
B.C.'s old-growth forests have support of the Na'vi - See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/blog/b-c-s-old-growth-forests-have-support-of-the-navi#sthash.9nKUGl1A.dpuf
B.C.'s old-growth forests have support of the Na'vi - See more at: http://www.sierraclub.bc.ca/blog/b-c-s-old-growth-forests-have-support-of-the-navi#sthash.9nKUGl1A.dpuf

B.C.'s old-growth forests have support of the Na'vi, Sierra Club BC Wild Blog, April 9, 2010

Logging plan's delay puts species at risk: study, Globe and Mail, March 5, 2010

B.C.'s old-growth forests being systematically cut down: Sierra Club, Times Colonist, December 13, 2009

State of BC's Coastal Rainforest, December 2009

Gov't Buries Fact that Logging Blows Our Emissions Target, The Tyee.ca, September 23 2009
Forest emissions push CO2 77 per cent higher than BC's official numbers say. We need a plan.

B.C. stumbling on forests and climate change, Times Colonist, August 18, 2009
Less than six months before the global climate summit in Copenhagen, this summer is giving us another taste of climate change.

Great Bear Rainforest is a top carbon storehouse that should be conserved, Georgia Straight, March 5, 2009 
B.C.’s coastal temperate rainforest is one of the best carbon storehouses on the planet.

Worlds Apart, Monday Magazine, November 28 2007
There’s a credibility gap between B.C.’s new Coastal Forest Action Plan and climate change

Indonesian rainforests and the threat of the paper industry, Presentation, Victoria, June 26, 2006 (pdf, 3 MB)
Slideshow presentation on the destruction of the Sumatran lowland rainforests by global logging corporations, 
hosted by the Western Canada Wilderness Committee

Vanishing forests and the paper industry in Indonesia, Presentation, Wilton Park, U.K., September 2004
Conference 758: Environment, Development, and Sustainable Peace: Finding Paths to Environmental Peacemaking

Clearcut Paper, Results of ROBIN WOOD research, April 2004 (pdf, 2 MB)
APP, APRIL and the End of the Rainforest in Sumatra's Riau Province

German

Erfolg für den Great Bear Rainforest, Robin Wood Magazin, 2/2016

Spektakuläres Naturschutzgebiet an Kanadas Westküste, Badische Zeitung, February 3, 2016

Pipeline stoppen, Regenwald schützen, ROBIN WOOD-Magazin 4.2011
In der kanadischen Provinz Alberta droht die verstärkte Ausbeutung der
riesigen Ölsandvorkommen, einem der schmutzigsten fossilen Energieträger der Welt. 

Im Wald des großen Bären, ROBIN WOOD-Magazin 3.2007
Interview über den Schutz des einmaligen
Urwaldgebietes „Great Bear Rainforest.“

Kümmerlicher Fischzug, Berliner Zeitung, 12.12.2006
In Kanadas Westen gibt es weniger Lachse. Schadstoffe und Klimawandel setzen ihnen zu

Kein gutes Klima in Kanada, Neues Deutschland, 27.11.06
Minderheitsregierung wegen Absage an das Kyoto-Protokoll am Pranger

Indonesiens Regenwald unter Feuer, Berliner Zeitung, 02.11.2006
Monat für Monat wächst die Zahl der Waldbrände

Der Borkenkäfer bezwingt die Rocky Mountains, Berliner Zeitung, 18.10.2006
Weil es in Kanada wärmer wird, breiten sich die Schädlinge auch in Gebieten aus, wo die Bäume bislang sicher vor ihnen waren

Tempo-Tücher aus umstrittenem Stoff, taz, 10.10.2006
Die Umweltorganisation Robin Wood blockierte gestern die Tempo-Taschentuch-Fabrik von Procter & Gamble in Neuss. Der Rohstoff Eukalyptus werde in Brasilien auf Plantagen gewonnen, die die einheimischen Indianer für sich beanspruchen

Trockenheit im Regenwald, Süddeutsche Zeitung, 05.09.2006
Zum zweiten Mal in Folge gibt es im Amazonasgebiet zu wenige Niederschläge - Ökologen befürchten globale Folgen

Weltmeister der Regenwaldzerstörung, taz, 25.8.06
Brandrodung und Abholzung auf Sumatra erreichen Rekordniveau. Profiteure sind Papierkonzerne, die ihre Rohstoffe aus dem Kahlschlag beziehen. Unterstützt wird die Zerstörung mit Krediten, Bürgschaften und Abnehmern aus Deutschland

Wildnis im Visier der Konzerne, ROBIN WOOD-Magazin 3.2006 (pdf, 2 MB)
Holz- und Ölindustrie bedrohen Wälder und Küsten in British Colombia

Fleckenkauz und Karibu vom Aussterben bedroht, Märkische Allgemeine, 20.07.2006
Kanadas Wälder im Griff von Holzindustrie und Klimawandel

Kanada torpediert Klimaschutz, taz, 24.05.2006
Die kanadische Regierung droht, die UN-Klimaverhandlungen zu verlassen. 

Kein Papier aus Raubbau!, ROBIN WOOD-Magazin 3.2005
Gemeinsamer Aufruf von Umwelt- und Verbraucherorganisationen: Papierhandel und -industrie sollen Menschenrechte achten und Urwälder schützen. 

Wo bleibt das Urwaldschutzgesetz? ROBIN WOOD-Magazin 3.2005
Die meisten Holz und Holzprodukte können bis heute ohne aussagekräftige Zertifikate ganz legal gehandelt werden und das, obwohl in vielen Herkunftsländern sogar Urwälder für den Holzexport illegal kahl geschlagen werden. 

Robin Wood will Kahlschlag für Papier stoppen, Deutschlandradio, Interview, 10.6.2005 (mp2, 1,5 MB)
35 Tonnen Papier pro Minute verbrauchen wir in Deutschland. Das sagt die Umweltorganisation Robin Wood und kritisiert den verschwenderischen Umgang mit wichtigen Ressourcen. 

Totalschaden für den Regenwald, Neue Züricher Zeitung, 31.7.2004
Papierfabriken beschleunigen die ökologische Verarmung Sumatras 

Raubbau am Äquator, Politische Ökologie 88, Mai 2004
Wie geht es eigentlich den Tropenwäldern? 

Sumatras Regenwälder zerstört für Papier, ROBIN WOOD Magazin 2.2004 (pdf, 2 MB) 
APP, APRIL und das Ende des Regenwaldes in Sumatras Provinz Riau

Raubbaupapier, ROBIN WOOD Recherche, April 2004
APP, APRIL und das Ende des Regenwaldes in Sumatras Provinz Riau
(Langfassung)

Letzte Runde für den Regenwald auf Sumatra, ROBIN WOOD-Magazin 3.2003
Auf Sumatra scheint die endgültige Vernichtung des Tieflandregenwaldes unabwendbar. Die Zellstoff- und Papierindustrie spielt dabei eine Schlüsselrolle. 

Konzerne außer Kontrolle, ROBIN WOOD-Magazin 1.2003
Ob die jüngste Ölpest an der Atlantikküste oder die Flussverseuchung durch Giftschlämme des Bergbaus in Rumänien vor wenigen Jahren: Die schlimmsten Umweltkatastrophen werden von Unternehmen verursacht, die ohne Rücksicht auf Mensch und Umwelt arbeiten. 

Der Sumpf, das Soja und die Schulden, ROBIN WOOD-Magazin 4.2002
Um Schulden zu tilgen, hält Brasilien in vielen Regionen des Landes an der für Entwicklungsländer typischen exportorientierten Wirtschaftspolitik fest. Damit wird die Zerstörung der Naturschätze Brasiliens beschleunigt. 

Die zwei Eroberungen des Lacandonischen Urwalds, ROBIN WOOD-Magazin 1.2002
Ein Wald liegt im Sterben. Im südöstlichen Mexiko, wo sich in der Kolonialzeit die Ureinwohner vor den Spaniern zurückzogen und heute die zapatistischen Rebellen Zuflucht vor dem mexikanischen Militär suchen, verschwinden die Reste des tropischen Regenwalds immer schneller. 

Der letzte Regenwald, ROBIN WOOD-Magazin 2/2001
Die Gemeinde Bonanza in Nicaragua versucht den Raubbau am Regenwald aufzuhalten
.

Bericht über die Zusammenarbeit Deutscher Entwicklungsdienst - Bürgermeisteramt Bonanza, 1998 - 2000 (pdf)
Projektträger: Bürgermeisteramt Bonanza, Büro für Raumordnung, Berichtszeitraum: 1998 – 2000, 

Monarchfalter - Tourismus in Naturschutzzonen, TAZ, 7. Februar 1998
Millionen Schmetterlinge überwintern in den Bergen in der Nähe des Molochs Mexiko-Stadt. 

Gold unter den Füßen, aber leben im Gift, DER TAGESSPIEGEL, 6. November 1997 (pdf, 140 kb)
In Bonanza scheint die Zeit stehen geblieben zu sein. Es ist ein heruntergekommener, aus Brettern und Wellblech erbauter Ort, in dem mehr Pferde und Kühe als Autos unterwegs sind.

Auswirkungen des Goldbergbaus in der Gemeinde Bonanza, Nicaragua, UVP-Report 2/1997
Besonders in Entwicklungsländern sind mit dem Goldbergbau erhebliche ökologische und soziale Probleme verbunden. 

Umweltmanagement des Goldbergbaus in Nicaragua, Diplomarbeit, TU Berlin Juli 1996
Ansätze für eine umwelt- und sozialverträgliche Entwicklung, 
Diplomarbeit im Studiengang Landschaftsplanung, TU Berlin, Juli 1996

Kommerzielle Kredite, Multinationale Unternehmen, Schuldenkrise, Referat, TU Berlin 1993
Regionalentwicklung in Ländern der Dritten Welt, Studiengang Landschaftsplanung

Nachrichten aus Kolumbien, Praktikumsbericht, Colegio Verde de Villa de Leyva, TU Berlin 1993
Bericht zum Projekt mit praktischem Schwerpunkt, Studiengang Landschaftsplanung

Geschichte der Ökologie, Referat, TU Berlin 1991
Gesellschaftswissenschaftliche Grundlagen der Landschaftsplanung

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‘La guerra de los bosques’ en Canadá termina en un acuerdo de paz, Vice, febrero 4, 2016

Ordenamiento Territorial Municipal, SETAB, Proyecto BOSAWAS, Nicaragua, Febrero 2001(pdf, 650 KB)
Instrumento estratégico para el manejo de la Reserva de Biosfera Bosawas, MARENA/GTZ 
Recomendaciones para la cooperación con las Alcaldias Municipales en la Reserva de Biosfera Bosawas

Informe sobre la cooperación Deutscher Entwicklungsdienst (DED)– Alcaldía Bonanza, Nicaragua, Abril 2000 (pdf)
Alcaldía Bonanza, Oficina de Ordenamiento Territorial Ambiental, Mayo 1998 – Abril 2000

 

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