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Sustainable Logging

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Description

The video serves as an introduction to the concept of sustainable forestry, which it defines as striking a balance between the needs of the people and the health of our forests. It serves also to introduce the concept of third party certification as it applies to the forest industry and outlines the basic requirements for such certification. 

General Assessment

Recommendation of how and where to use it

While the video is essentially an introduction to the concept of sustainable forestry it does have relevance for curriculum units that focus on

  • resource management
  • sustainability of ecosystems
  • responsible consumerism
  • sustainable development
Following the viewing of the video, students might investigate in some depth what is meant by certification of forest products and the impact that may have on the industry.

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        • Geographic Issues of the 21st Century: Natural Resources
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        • Environmental Science 12: Living sustainably supports the well-being of self, community, and Earth.
        • Environmental Science 12: Sustainable land use is essential to meet the needs of a growing population
      • Social Studies
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        • Human Geography 12: Human activities alter landscapes in a variety of ways.

Themes Addressed

  • Ecosystems (2)

    • Habitat Loss
    • Wildlife Protection
  • Land Use & Natural Resources (1)

    • Forests