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Commercial timber plantations under threat from illegal settlers
25 April, 2017
News day
CHIMANIMANI - this semi-tropical region of Zimbabwe - which has large tracts of beautiful, evergreen landscapes - has some of the country's biggest commercial timber plantations that sit perfectly on its mountainous terrain and blend well with the flora and fauna of all types... read more
Daniel Silke - how to survive junk
19 April, 2017
Dolphin Bay Chemicals
Businesses will survive junk status, and will even continue to thrive, if they carry on innovating and providing outstanding services and products. However, they will need to streamline further, doing more with fewer workers, using automation and even moving into the era of artificial intelligence. read more
‘Forestry’s’ Procedural Mesh System Offers Unique VR Crafting & Destruction
11 April, 2017
Road Tovr
Procedural mesh destruction and construction underpins Decoder VR's first title, Forestry, which just launched on Steam. Built for Vive, Rift and PSVR, the game's fully destructible world presents a vast forest for the player to cut to pieces, which can then be used to create new objects. read more
19th Commonwealth forestry meet concludes
11 April, 2017
The Tribune
Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education Director-General Dr SC Gairola has described the 19th Commonwealth Conference that concluded today as a great learning experience for better understanding of global expectations from the world's forests. read more
DEADLINE for Abstract submissions: 7th Forest Science Symposium
5 April, 2017
The deadline for the submission of abstracts for the Symposium is fast approaching - and we have already had a good response from delegates in South Africa as well as from our neighboring African countries. Please note that the closing date for submission is Friday 28 April 2017... read more