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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (2010) 54(4): 2
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

Editorial
Who hates trees?

Piers Maclaren



Who hates trees? Not many people. Trees are an intrinsic part of our world, and it is generally appreciated that they provide many benefits. In contrast, the antagonism towards intensive commercial forestry is deeply engrained throughout most of the Western world and in many developing countries. This hostility appears to be based on a perceived conflict between environmental values and commercial requirements.
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