Taken together, the Forest Quiz, the Schools Forest Week, the Forest Academy for Decision-Makers and the forest.fi online magazine have […]
PISA didn’t only find a gem; it found a goldmine. Success at a systemic level is a far greater achievement […]
The wood-based bio and circular economy is already here. Uusi puu – The New Wood is a communication project whose […]
“What time do you have meetings today?” “Who is walking the dachshund in the morning? My first meeting will begin […]
The Finnish Forest Association continuously assesses the situation regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) and follows the recommendations of the Finnish Institute for […]
Is the well-being of future generations being compromised to meet the needs of the present population? This question came up […]
In the European Union, Sweden and Finland have the largest areas of forests, at 28 million hectares and 22 million […]
How can sustainable forest management across Europe, with its social, economic and environmental impacts, help us address the challenges of […]
NB! The Swedish Forest Agency and the Finnish Forestry Association continuously monitor and evaluate the coronavirus situation and follow the […]
The Finnish forest sector’s joint online magazine forest.fi will be published on its own website in the future. After the […]
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