Browsing all posts tagged under »Stora Enso«
→ June 2, 2009
The natural pine forests around the lakes Stor-Flaten and Stora Snesen in Leksand, Dalecarlia, Sweden are critically endangered by logging. The loggings has already begun and more than 500 hectares are notified for logging to the Swedish Forest Agency by Bergvik Skog AB which is owned to a majority by Stora-Enso.
→ May 25, 2009
– international wood and paper customers deceived New organization confronts old-growth forest destruction Sweden, which will take over the EU Presidency in July 2009, has a considerable proportion of Europe’s remaining old-growth forests. However, many of these forests are being ravaged. The Swedish government has reduced its budget for forest protection and proposes to [...]
→ May 21, 2009
Adjacent to the mighty Hotagen nature reserve in Northern Jämtland, unprotected old-growth forests adjoin directly to the reserve. These old-growth forests are still being fragmented.