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102 pages. This book tells the story of the Swedish forest. Professor Jan Remrod thinks the Swedish example has many parallels in the world today. Both its history of exploitation and its development into the organized utilization of today so as to support people's needs of products of wood and paper. In many countries, even in Sweden, forestry is frequently described as a threat that simply must be averted and limited and not as an opportunity for development. But the truth of the matter is that well planned forest management comprises one vital element in any viable future strategy. Sweden as a country actually lives off its forest - and has done so for hundreds of years.
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Publication Date:1 January 1991
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