The Science Advisory Group, a committee of independent BC forest and climate scientists, produced a report in April 2021 that provided concrete suggestions on how the BC government should reform forest management. They recommended the government:
1. Update land use planning with an increased emphasis on protection of primary and old-growth forests
2. Adjust current timber harvesting level to a level supported by more realistic determinations of allowable annual cuts to promote sustainable forestry practices.
3. Reform forest tenure, with greater community and indigenous control of forest management to increase social, environmental and economic resilience.