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By Mike Davis, Reuters|The timber processing industry is an industry that is increasingly under attack from the federal government, with some industries now facing higher costs and other industries facing a potential shutdown due to climate change.
The United States Forest Service (USFS) estimates that logging is the largest carbon dioxide emission in the country and a major source of CO2 emissions.
It said last year that the US had the highest per capita emissions of carbon dioxide and a second-highest rate of carbon emissions per person.
But the USFS also warned last year the US would be in “unprecedented” trouble as the carbon emissions would likely peak in the mid-2020s, and then decline as the economy recovers.
“Logging will be a major part of our future,” said USFS Executive Director Jon Bittman.
“The US will have to become energy independent and we’ll have to deal with emissions.”
According to Bittmen, the US is not likely to be able to make up lost revenue because of climate change, although he said the US could still be profitable in the future.
“We are not going to have the $100 billion in net annual revenue that we would like,” Bittmans told Reuters in an interview.
“It is a very expensive business, but the opportunity is there.”
Logging is a large industry in the United States, with roughly 50% of the US’s timber processing operations, the majority in the North West and Midwest, according to the US Forestry Service (USTS).
In addition to logging, the timber processing sector is involved in the production of wood products like timber, lumber and sawmill blades.
It also makes up the bulk of timber sales, with the USForest Service estimating that over $40 billion in timber sales are made annually to the United State.
The USFS estimates that US timber processing exports accounted for less than 3% of total timber exports in 2016, but it expects the figure to grow to 5% by 2020.
In order to combat climate change the US has started to set up climate change mitigation goals, with President Donald Trump announcing in May that he would establish a Climate Leadership Council.
In his budget proposal, the Trump administration said it was establishing a Climate Innovation Center at the US Forest Service that would be responsible for identifying new ways to reduce emissions.
The council would be charged with working with states, tribes and the private sector to develop policies that would reduce emissions, increase economic competitiveness and enhance the environment.
In its statement on the proposed Climate Leadership Center, the United Nations Environment Programme said that “the United States is the leading country in terms of CO 2 emissions and it is the only developed country in the world that continues to emit more than the next five countries combined.”
The US is a major contributor to the global CO 2 problem, and has already exceeded the international targets for limiting the amount of carbon in the atmosphere.
“Bittman said the new centre would have the potential to reduce US emissions by over 30%.”
It’s a good opportunity to really look at how we can do things differently and how we reduce our emissions,” he said.
The climate change challenges are not limited to logging.”
There are a lot of other things that are going to be impacted,” he added.