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What's All This Got to Do with the Price of 2x4's?

What's All This Got to Do with the Price of 2x4's?

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During a career that spans nearly fifty years, Mike Apsey has seen first-hand the complexities of the forest, in settings ranging from jungle villages and the global forest to corporate and government offices throughout the world. With the perspective of someone who has served on all sides of the issues, Apsey is in a unique position to offer timely recommendations for a system of forest governance and to suggest a new approach to developing forest policy. What's All This Got to Do with the Price of 2x4's? is an insider's account that gives readers new background on the competing tensions of environmental, economic, social, and cultural values. Based on a lifetime of passion and professional experience, this memoir will be invaluable for anyone concerned about the future of the world's forest.

BusinessIndustry & industrial studiesPrimary industriesForestry & related industriesNatural World & The EnvironmentAgriculture & farmingForestry & silviculture: practice & techniques Publisher: University of Calgary Press Publication Date: 30/10/2005 ISBN-13: 9781552381885  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Mike Apsey has been a professional forester since 1961, serving as Deputy Minister of Forests in British Columbia 1978-1984. He has acted as President and CEO of the Council of Forest Industry, and is currently the chair of the National Forest Strategy Coalition, Wildlife Habitat Canada, and Tree Canada Foundation.

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