Tourists arriving at the railway station in Kolari in Finnish Lapland may wonder if the railway is profitable. Maybe they […]
The costs of Finnish forest industries threaten to increase by an amount equivalent to 16-37 percent of their annual payroll, […]
Petrochemical industry replaces crude oil with oil shale condensate. This means that production of aromatic hydrocarbons decreases, which creates demand […]
The quality of raw wood from uneven-aged spruce varies a great deal. The assumption has been that it would be […]
The Ministry does not believe that the plans do not recognise the difficulties they cause for forestry. However, decision-making should […]
The best texts sent to the Forest Traces writing competition showed that the rest of the world is entering not […]
The exact meaning of ‘degraded’ or ‘restoring’ is as yet unclear. ‘Ecosystems’ mean forests and croplands as well as built-up […]
Forest professionals will visit over 300 schools this autumn to present the sector and their work. The campaign is based […]
This past summer, terrain inventorying has been carried out to complement mire protection programmes. The draft programme will be finalised […]
In Finland all restrictions to forestry are not included in statistics. In particular, land use planning may increase areas of […]
Revision of the standard on the PEFC forest certification system in Finland is an option for PEFC itself, as well […]
The Karnainen forest rang with happy young voices when the class arrived at a lean-to for the night. Observing nature […]
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