Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Taking-Action-for-the-Boreal-Forest---A-Look-Back-27MZIFV6LJ3Z.htmlConceptually similarClipreel: Boreal Forest - Canada (Beauty, Destruction, Industry, Direct Action)GP048KZCompleted★★★★★★★Global News Toronto - KC Huntsville blockadeGP0STRFGHCompleted★★★★Clipreel: Boreal Forest - Canada (Direct Action) 2006-2007GP048KYCompleted★★★★CityTV News Toronto - KC Huntsville blockade reportGP0STRFGCCompleted★★★★CKVR A-Channel - KC Huntsville blockadeGP0STRFGDCompleted★★★★Action at Montreal Cross Scales of JusticeGP0STOAO4Completed★★★★Kleercut PSAGP04WFNCompleted★★★★Boreal Forest Looters - Banner Drop (Clipreel 3 of 3)GP0STRC3KCompleted★★★★Boreal Forest Looters - Banner Drop (Clipreel 2 of 3)GP0STRC3MCompleted★★★★View AllGP04FIITaking Action for the Boreal Forest - A Look BackFor more than seven years, the Greenpeace forest campaign has sought to stop the on-going destruction of Canada's Boreal forest and woodland caribou habitat. On top of directly engaging destructive forest companies with boycotts and actions, Greenpeace published several reports detailing destructive on-the-ground forest practices, and their impacts, the link between climate change and Boreal Forest destruction and the connections between global forest products, logging companies, and customers. Today, Greenpeace along with the companies of the Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) and 8 other leading environmental organizations, unveils an unprecedented accord - the Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement covering more than 72 million hectares of public forests, an area twice the size of Germany, licensed to FPAC member companies across Canada. The agreement when fully implemented will result in the large-scale conservation of Canadas vast Boreal forest, protection of threatened woodland caribou and a competitive market edge for participating companies.Locations:Canada-Europe-Huntsville-Italy-Knoxville-Lac St-Jean-Mississauga-Montreal-Netherlands-North America-Ontario-Quebec-Quebec City-Tennessee-Terneuzen-Toronto-United States of AmericaDate:11 May, 2010Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:3m4sAudio format:Final MixProduction Type :WEB VIDEOKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Boreal forests-Chaining actions-Climbing actions-Destruction-Forest degradation-Forests (campaign title)-Forests (topography)-Greenpeace activists-Kimberly-Clark-Kleenex-KWCI (GPI)-Logging practices-Machinery-Nature-Painting actions-Timber-Timber industry-TreesShoot:Direct Action for the Boreal Forest 2003-2010 (Video)For more than seven years, the Greenpeace forest campaign has sought to stop the ongoing destruction of Canada's boreal forest and woodland caribou habitat. On top of directly engaging destructive forest companies with boycotts and actions, Greenpeace published several reports detailing destructive on the ground forest practices, and their impacts, the link between climate change and boreal forest destruction and the connections between global forest products, logging companies, and customers. The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement (CBFA) announced on May 18, 2010 one of the biggest and most ambitious conservation agreements in the world. Forged by a coalition between nine leading environmental groups, including Greenpeace, and the Forest Products Association of Canada and its member companies, the long-term Agreement effectively ends the war in the woods across Canada's boreal forest.