Interview: Biodiversity goals 'unachievable' without forest owners

Gaining the support of Europe's 16 million forest owners will be vital to achieving the EU biodiversity strategy's objectives, says Fanny-Pomme Langue, secretary-general of the Confederation of European Forest Owners (CEPF).

by Claudia Delpero
Fanny-Pomme Langue: "Forest owners have to make decisions to adapt management practices that will be valid in decades"
Fanny-Pomme Langue: "Forest owners have to make decisions to adapt management practices that will be valid in decades"

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