logging : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the work of cutting down trees for timber
- v enter into a log, as on ships and planes
- v cut lumber, as in woods and forests
- A federal-court lawsuit on the Owl Creek logging, due for trial in July, may determine how seriously logging firms must take endangered-species regulations.
- Trusting the logging companies to deliver on their promises isn't wise, cautions Cambodia's official logging-industry monitor, Global Witness, a London advocacy group.
- Countless stories detail rapid deforestation, perennial fires and illegal logging.
- Earl Blumenauer in Forbes
Illegal logging is a problem that crosses national boundaries to affect communities, companies and ecosystems alike,Blumenauer said.
- Jacques Martin in Canoe.ca
We are pleased to have reached an agreement with Jay,Panthers general manager Jacques Martin said in a statement. "He has played an important role on our team over the last five seasons, logging significant ice time while contributing at...
- Dany Heatley in Forbes
It was good (to have them in attendance),Heatley said. "They've been on the tour logging the miles, so it will be good to see them after."