Infographics & Sharables

Shareable: Innovation in Forestry

#ItTakesAForest to grow innovative solutions.

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Shareable: Forestry & Important Habitat Features

Foresters are trained to identify important habitat features, like stick nests, cavities, and mast trees.

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Shareable: Forestry & Critical Environment Areas

Forest management planning ensures critical areas are maintained.

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Shareable: Forestry & Habitat Diversity

Sustainable forest management supports habitat diversity.

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Shareable: Canada Leads the World in Forest Certification

Canada is home to 36% of the world’s certified forests.

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Shareable: Forestry Emulates Natural Disturbances

Sustainable forest management practices emulate natural disturbances, such as windstorms, pests, and wildfire.

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Shareable: Forestry Activities Include Monitoring & Reporting

Monitoring and reporting ensure accountability in Ontario’s forest management.

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Shareable: COVID-19: Essential Products from an Essential Sector

Canadian forests and their sustainable management ensure a steady supply of essential products, such as surgical masks and gowns, disinfectant wipes, and toilet paper.

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Shareable: Renewal of Forested Areas is Required by Law

For every tree harvested in Ontario, multiple new trees take root.

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Shareable: Forest Management Plans

a 10-year Forest Management Plan takes 2.5 years to develop.

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Shareable: Strict Regulations Govern Ontario’s Forestry Activities

Ontario’s Crown Forest Sustainability Act ensures all forest values are considered during forestry planning and operations.

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Shareable: Trees Reduce Impacts of Climate Change

Tree cover can reduce urban daytime temperatures by 5°C.

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Shareable: COVID-19: Canadian Solutions to a Global Crisis

Canadian forest products help supply essential products & personal protective equipment.

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Shareable: Forestry balances economy & environment

Sustainable forestry balances the economy and the environment.

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Shareable: Carbon sequestration

50% of an 80-year-old tree is made up of carbon.

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Shareable: World Environment Day 2020

This World Environment Day, it’s time for forests.

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Shareable: Physical Activity (1668×1668)

Forests motivate and facilitate physical activity.

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Shareable: Sustainable alternative

Forest products are a sustainable alternative to non-renewable materials.

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Shareable: Forest sector employment

1 out of every 100 Ontarians is employed by the forest sector.

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Shareable: Neighbourhood Trees Reduce Stress

Many studies link increased neighbourhood canopy cover to reduced levels of depression, anxiety & stress.

 

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Shareable: Healthy forests = healthy ecosystems

Healthy forests support healthy ecosystems

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Shareable: Forests lock up carbon

Sustainably managed forests and forest products lock up carbon.

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Shareable: Soil Quality

Healthy forests support soil quality.

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Shareable: Wood the Better Builder: It’s Green!

Wood is our greenest building material.

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Shareable: Wood the Better Builder: Productivity

Exposed wood in the workplace improves productivity and concentration.

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Shareable: Wood the Better Builder: Natural Insulator

Wood is a natural insulator.

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Shareable: Wood the Better Builder: Quick & Quiet

Building with wood is quick and quiet.

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Shareable: Wood the Better Builder: Energy Efficient

Wood uses less energy to manufacture than alternative building materials.

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Shareable: Ontario Homes

Every year, Ontario grows enough wood to build over 500,000 homes.

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Shareable: Stadium

It takes 18 days for Ontario to grow enough wood to fill Toronto’s largest sports stadium.

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Shareable: Wood-Framed Homes

Wood-framed home store carbon for years.

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Shareable: Clean Water

Healthy roots keep water clean.

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Shareable: Earth Day Fact

Ontario is home to over 85 billion trees.

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Shareable: Earth Day Fact

Ontario is home to over 85 billion trees.

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Shareable: Earth Day Fact

There are 85 billion trees in Ontario.

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Shareable: Forest Facts

Forests are the centre of our lives.

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Shareable: Forests Inspire

Forests have acted as a source of inspiration for Canadian artists.

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Shareable: Ontario Forests

Less than 0.5% of Ontario Forests are harvested each year.

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Shareable: Reading and Writing

Reading and writing on paper improves learning.

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Shareable: Real Xmas Trees

Real Christmas trees are 100% biodegradable.

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Shareable: Wood as Music

Wood is the material of choice where acoustics are concerned

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Shareable: Wood Products

Wood products store carbon for decades.

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Shareable: Christmas Trees

One acre of Christmas trees produces enough oxygen for 18 people.

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Shareable: Asthma Rates

Asthma rates are 25% lower in areas with trees.

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Shareable: ADHD

Spending time in nature reduces symptoms of ADHD.

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Shareable: 500 Farmers

500 farmers produce over one million Christmas trees each year.

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