Recently, the White House unveiled its Climate and Natural Resources Priority Agenda. The plan recognizes the significant contributions working forests, sustainable forest products and biomass energy markets make toward our nation’s climate solution. In short, it shows the Administration understands working forests work for the climate. Yet, lurking behind the positive announcement from the White House is the lingering uncertainty about how the EPA will treat working forests in forthcoming policies. NAFO President and CEO Dave Tenny offers his thoughts on the matter.
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