Open letter to Sveaskog: You are acting unjustly against our indigenous people

One of the forests planned for logging at Maskaure. Photo: Björn Mildh The state-owned forestry company Sveaskog will sell and harvest a total of 2,600 hectares of woodland in Maskaure Sami village in Arjeplog municipality, Norrbotten, Sweden. This is no coincidence, write Leif Lundberg from Maskaure Sami village, Johanna Nilsson, Marcus Lidström and Björn Mildh

Protect the Forest calls on all Members of European Parliament: Please act to stop clear-cutting of natural forests

Unsustainable forestry, Luopioinen, Pälkäne, Finland. Photo: Tero Laakso, Creative Commons (CCO by 2.0) Protect the Forest has sent a mail to all the Members of the European Parliament and to the European Commission urging them to take action against the clear-cutting of northern Europe’s last unprotected natural forests. Increased logging is being promoted by the

Birdlife Sweden Announces: Many of Sweden’s Woodland Bird Species Endangered by Forestry

Siberian tit. Photo: Wikipedia A new study from Birdlife Sweden states that many of Sweden’s woodland bird species are seriously threatened by forestry. The report emphazises that the inventory of Sweden’s woodland key habitats must be resumed and extended, forest landscapes protected and that the forest industry should start using sustainable logging methods. The study