If Nova Scotia implements the right cap-and-trade system, it could mean millions for woodlot owners and rural communities.
Dale Prest of non-profit Community Forests International predicts a major shift for the province’s forestry industry.
“From one that rewards a low cost of production that results in clear cutting, to one that rewards maintaining and growing a healthy forest as possible,” he said Friday.

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