The logging industry has been the biggest cause of deaths for the United States in recent decades.
But the number of people killed by logging in the U.S. is not known.
That’s because logging has not been properly regulated, or if it has been, there has been no proper regulation.
But there is some good news, said Robert K. McHenry, executive director of the Center for Public Integrity.
“The trend in mortality rates is down and the trend is down because of the efforts that are being taken by regulators to ensure that there is adequate oversight of the industry,” he said.
“There is now a trend toward people not dying because of logging.”
The U.N. estimates that about 5.7 million people were killed in logging in 2016, with another 5.2 million who were killed due to other causes, according to a report released last year.
But it’s not just about logging, according the report.
Another problem is the lack of access to health care.
According to the report, one-third of U.K. residents lack health insurance, with only one-fifth of them able to access a health clinic, according a 2016 report by the National Health Service.
McHenry, who also served as chief of staff to former U.A.E. Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, said that health care providers need to be more involved in addressing the issue of logging.
“I think it’s really important that health workers are engaged in this,” McHenry said.
While health care is an important part of logging and is being addressed, the real challenge is that the people are not connected to the health care system.
So, you have a system that is based on an individual’s relationship with their family, and that doesn’t work well in rural communities, McHenry added.