This booklet provides an overview of the values and goals that are embodied in Swedish forest policy and practice today.
Sweden is a country dominated by forests and forestry is vitally important for the national economy. Swedish forests and forestry are shaped by the country’s natural conditions, its history, forestry research, the knowledge and experience of the forest owners, and the tradition of seeking solutions based on mutual respect, understanding and compromise.
This booklet provides an overview of the values and goals that are embodied in Swedish forest policy and practice today. It describes the nature and scope of the involvement of politicians, government agencies, research institutions, forest owners, industry, non-governmental organizations and other stakeholders in the forest sector.
It is produced by the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry in close cooperation with the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå University, the Swedish Forest Industries Federation, the Federation of Swedish Family Forest Owners, the Swedish Forest Agency and the Forestry Research Institute of Sweden. This is the third edition; the first was published in 2001 and the second in 2009, with the title The Swedish Forestry Model.
The booklet as pdf.
Sammanfattning av KSLA:s konferens ”Torvmark – en viktig resurs” den 14 december 2010, i samarbete med 14th International Peat Congress.
Samtidigt som Polen är en del av vår tids moderna Östersjögemenskap är landet en tung och betydelsefull…
I detta nummer av KSLAT redogörs för den första delen av Jubileumskonferensen (den andra delen finns utförligt dokumenterad i KSLAT nr 3-2013 Framtidsprojektet) och exkursionerna,
som gick till Hargs Bruk, Stockholms skärgård och Nationalstadsparken.
The ’Academy Blue Book’ describes global fisheries and aquaculture from the points of view of sustainable ecosystems, economy, trade and development. The main objective is to provide an overview of fisheries and aquaculture, their natural conditions and their significance for economic development and people’s livelihoods. A further objective is to show the impact of rich countries on the developing world within this sector through trade, aid and global fisheries.