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Forests and Mankind

The relationship must be made sustainable.

Aside from the oceans, the world´s forests constitute the most vital element in maintaining a climate which sustains life on Earth. The forests supply all living creatures with the basic elements essential for our survival.

In this volume, experts, scientists and scholars from a wide range of disciplines set out to discuss a broad range of aspects concerning the human relationship to forests. What do forests mean to us? Are we destroying them? And what can we do to achieve a healthy relationship between forests and mankind?

In order for this relationship to become sustainable – and we claim it must be made so – all stakeholders in politics, industry and science must work together. With this anthology, we make a call for cooperation in sustainable policies towards a sustainable society.

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Forests and Mankind

Forests and Mankind
Forests and Mankind