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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cambium Global Timberland Limited LSE:TREE London Ordinary Share JE00B1NNWQ21 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.25 6.00 6.50 6.25 6.25 6.25 3,610 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Forestry & Paper 0.0 -0.2 -1.1 - 5

Cambium Global Timberland Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/2/2010
23:06
Ecologists discover forests are growing faster Climate change appears to be driving accelerated growth... http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2010-02/s-edf012910.php
bamboo2
29/1/2010
13:09
Interims out. Other than week demand from US construction thinks look to be going OK. Back to bed !. http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/2918G_-2010-1-28.pdf
tenapen
27/1/2010
09:21
A bit of a TREE shake coming in yesterday will lots of sells. or could they have heard a whisper that the interims due anytime are poor ?. time will tell.
tenapen
09/1/2010
17:19
Last year TREE issued a 'Half yearly Report' on the 15 Jan so we could be on for news next week. If interest returns in TREE it would be good for them to start writing their quarterly news letter. regards.
tenapen
06/1/2010
14:43
After watching the buys roll in, i decided to top up and buy £1k worth. I put the order this AM at 72.75p not filled so upped the bid to 73.5p (showing 73p to buy) and still Jarvis are not filling it !. Regards. 5 buys after i put in my order, all completed at a lower price than my 73.5p and yet my order was not filled. crazy.
tenapen
04/1/2010
16:23
I planted a wee acorn today ;-) with high hopes of it growing into a TREE. Regards.
tenapen
06/11/2009
20:43
log on to this... http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/05/garden/05tree.html?pagewanted=1&em not a new idea to build with timber in the round, but a good example here.
bamboo2
28/9/2009
14:33
shiver me timbers thought you were extinct take care
waldron
28/9/2009
14:31
can't long off to the tree doctor who treats our branch of the family for severe aches in our timbers
waldron
28/9/2009
14:31
arter noon frenchie
wild bill
28/9/2009
14:28
what you did
waldron
21/9/2009
11:38
not as exiting - surely............... knot howdie Frenchie
wild bill
21/9/2009
10:36
timberrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
grupo
21/9/2009
10:16
Waldron, thanks for keeping a timber thread going. Maybe not as exiting as lots of the stocks out there but there are some good opportunities to make a steady return imo. I think there will be some strong gains to be made in the right sectors in forestry, particularly in the reneawble energy wood markets, biomass, wood chips, charcoal. Alot of this is being flagged up by the United Nations in their report on the foestry /timber industry.http://timber.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/publications/Final_FPAMR2009.pdf They produce an annual report which is quite heavy going but it certainly highlights the change going on in timber makets. Ive had alook around a few other places to get some info. and came up with a couple of are quite a good research based site, hope its ok to put it up here. http://www.wri-ltd.com/ http://www.youforum.co.uk/forestry_investor/index.php http://www.forest-trends.org/page.php?id=153
jv99
21/9/2009
10:14
Waldron, thanks for keeping a timber thread going. Maybe not as exiting as lots of the stocks out there but there are some good opportunities to make a steady return imo. I think there will be some strong gains to be made in the right sectors in forestry, particularly in the reneawble energy wood markets, biomass, wood chips, charcoal. Alot of this is being flagged up by the United Nations in their report on the foestry /timber industry.http://timber.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/publications/Final_FPAMR2009.pdf They produce an annual report which is quite heavy going but it certainly highlights the change going on in timber makets. Ive had alook around a few other places to get some info. and came up with a couple of are quite a good research based site, hope its ok to put it up here. http://www.wri-ltd.com/ http://www.youforum.co.uk/forestry_investor/index.php http://www.forest-trends.org/page.php?id=153
jv99
18/9/2009
15:03
Living' Buildings in Germany Are Newest Take on Tree Houses Share | Email | Print | A A A By Jeremy van Loon Sept. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Tree houses, which many a Westerner played in as youngsters, are getting a modern update from Germany: Willows are being grown to form the root of "live" buildings. Rows of willow trees growing nine meters high (30 feet) will form a square-shaped tower after a bridge was completed earlier using the same technique. The trees, bended and molded, will be intertwined with cables and metal supports, making them strong enough to eventually support people and furniture, said Ferdinand Ludwig, designer of the "living" structure. "This technique could be applied to building smaller structures like cafes, cottages and bridges," Ludwig, an architect studying how live trees can be used in construction at the University of Stuttgart, said Sept. 16 in an interview. To construct the tower, saplings were planted surrounding a steel structure and branches then grafted to the upright trees. Several more years of growth are needed until the shoots are at least 6 centimeters (2.4 inches) thick and the metal frame can be dismantled. The structure will last about 30 years, he said. Construction costs for a living building are comparable to traditional materials when landscaping expenses are taken into account, Ludwig said, adding that town planners in Germany have already contacted him wanting their own tree buildings. The tower and bridge are on the university's research grounds in Wald, south of Stuttgart near the Swiss border. Living buildings should appeal to people because they are less disruptive to plant and animal life than traditional construction, leaving the ground largely undisturbed and providing a home for birds, Ludwig said. Willows' deep roots "work well" for the technique though plane trees can also be used, he said. Walk Across 'Live' Bridge The University's botanical construction research group will open to the public tomorrow and visitors can walk across a bridge made with live arboreal supports and view the tower. Unlike the tree houses of youth, Ludwig's willow structures take as long as 10 years to grow, almost an entire childhood. "This is one of the disadvantages of this technique," he said. "Working with the trees can be very slow." What are the advantages? The "living" structures help clean the air and make cities greener, Ludwig said. The environmentally friendly buildings are well-suited to "megacities" and regions lacking parks and green space. Urban areas create their own microclimates and are as much as 6 degrees Celsius (11 degrees Fahrenheit) warmer than surrounding regions while cars, traffic and volume of people creates dust and soot. Using more trees as live buildings would minimize the "heat island" effect of cities and help fight pollution, Ludwig said. To contact the reporter on this story: Jeremy van Loon in Berlin at jvanloon@bloomberg.net. Last Updated: September 18, 2009 07:01 EDT
waldron
11/9/2009
10:02
come back bamboo
cambium
09/4/2009
15:01
you're barking up the wrong tree ;-)
wild bill
09/4/2009
12:58
you've always been a cut above the rest
grupo guitarlumber
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