Stora Enso: pulping old-growth forests - old-growth forest wood route documented by Greenpeace, 10 January, 2007
Finnish government forestry enterprise Metsähallitus is supplying Stora Enso´s Kemijärvi pulp mill with wood from old-growth forests of Forest Lapland.
Pulp from Kemijärvi is used in Stora Enso´s Veitsiluoto paper mill, where the old-growth forest is processed into magazine papers, envelopes and copy paper. Learn more about Stora Enso´s old-growth forest destruction brands: Nova Press printing papers, Nova Press Silk magazine papers, Berga copy papers.
1. Old-growth forest in Jooseppitunturi, photographed during the surveys
of threatened species and other ecological values in 2004. The area hosts
over 180 red-listes species.
||Photo 2. Clearcut by governmental Metsähallitus in Jooseppitunturi, December 2006.|
3. Metsähallitus truck loading old-growth forest wood in Jooseppitunturi
10 January, 2007, 11.02 am
||Photo 4. The same truck in the crossroad leading to Stora Enso pulp mill in Kemijärvi, 10 January, 2007, 15.22 pm|
5. The truck transporting old-growth wood entering Stora Enso Kemijärvi
pulp mill, January 10, 2007, 15.26 pm
||Photo 6. Empty Metsähallitus truck leaving pulp mill, January 10, 15.48 pm|