Forests

Sweden's forests have doubled in size over the last 100 years

Sustainable forestry is key to Sweden's success. Image: REUTERS

Alex Gray

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Image: Swedish Forest Agency
Growth in Sweden is greater than felling Image: Swedish Wood
 70% of Sweden’s land is forest
Image: Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture
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