Most forests in Europe are managed, whether for protection, recreation, or production of wood and other products.
Large-scale clear-cutting and replanting has drastic impacts on the environment, and many foresters are challenging such practices. By adopting close-to-nature management, they are using the intrinsic force of forests to manage pests, naturally regenerate trees and produce high-value wood.
Across Europe, the rising impacts of climate change and the need for resilient forests is motivating a transition to practices that work with, and not against, nature.
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Categorías: Films, Forest Restoration, European Forests