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 forestry in the Nordic countries contribute to the EU Green deal and Agenda 2030 This question is more […]
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 […]
The newly appointed Managing Director of the Finnish Forest Association Kirsi Joensuu is known for promoting innovative wood construction. She […]
Forest nature management efforts have not been in vain, as is shown by a fresh assessment of endangered species in […]
The brand-new update of Finland’s national forest strategy up to 2025 introduces new goals, including climate-sustainable forestry; new, wood-based products […]
In their programmes, Finnish political parties take a positive stand on promoting forest bioeconomy. Political debate may bring clarity to […]
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