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Great interest when report on the substitution effect was presented

On March 20th, FAM and Future of Forestry hosted a seminar unveiling the report "Substitution potential and climate impact in the EU forest value chain" in Brussels. During the seminar, following people attended: Ambassador Torbjörn Haak, Deputy Permanent Representative of Sweden to the European Union, Håkan Buskhe, CEO FAM, Salla-Mari Järvinen,…
Jana Lundin
April 12, 2024
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Forests are the green gold of Europe

Forests play a vital role in the green transition of our societies. European forests range from the pine forests of the Canary Islands in the south, to the birch forests north of the polar circle in Sweden and Finland. Applying the same set of policies for a region as diverse…
Jana Lundin
February 21, 2024
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Building the Bioeconomy Together

The seminar on the bioeconomy that took place in Brussels in mid-November included many interesting conversations and topics. All member organisations of the Forest Coalition, that Future of Forestry is a part of, agree that developing the bioeconomy is an important part of the solution – for the planet as…
Jana Lundin
November 28, 2023
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The forest – an important part of the world economy

Five European countries account for approximately 75 percent of the EU's total production of sawn wood. Swedish exports alone correspond to 15 percent of the other EU countries' combined production of sawn timber. Globally, Sweden represents ten percent of the global export value of sawn wood, corresponding to a value…
Jana Lundin
October 3, 2023
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All forests are different

What’s the difference between a natural forest, a production forest and non-productive forest land? We have met Per Simonsson, nature conservation specialist and forest ecologist, who told us more about the forest types in Sweden.In Sweden, there are 27,9 million hectares of forest land of which 23,5 million hectares of productive…
Jana Lundin
June 8, 2023
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Are satellites enough to measure the forest?

In June 2021, a study published in Nature claimed that the felling of forests in Sweden had increased dramatically, something that later turned out not to be true. The statement was met with great criticism and was rejected by, among others, the Swedish Forest Agency and SLU. The study, which…
Bjorn
May 19, 2022