How unsustainable is Sweden’s forestry? Very. Q&A with Marcus Westberg and Staffan Widstrand


Sweden has a gigantic forest products industry, and its national forestry agency claims their operations to be the most sustainable in the world.However, the truth on the ground is that the industry relies heavily on clearcutting natural forests, many of which are quite old, and replanting those with monocultures of trees, some of which are…

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