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Kaisu Karvala, Metsäteollisuus ry:n EU-asioista vastaava johtaja, katsoo kohti kameraa.

A stronger voice in Brussels 

“Forest policy is clearly seen as part of climate and environmental policies: forest strategy, biodiversity, forest regulation, taxonomy and so on. The EU is continuously

All about forest bioeconomy in a convenient package

The digital learning environment ForestBioFacts compiles research and information about forest bioeconomy in an accessible format. The learning environment was designed for professionals and students from upper secondary schools to universities.

A bioeconomy mythbuster

An unprecedented jam of EU regulations and Brexit are producing question marks, but CEPI’s Deputy Director General Jori Ringman still believes the bioeconomy to hold more promises than threats.

Lignin goes further than energy

Traditionally, lignin – the substance that binds wood fibres – has been incinerated along with black liquor in a pulp mill’s soda recovery boiler. The result has been steam and heat for energy use. The exploitation of lignin is nevertheless expanding, since a new technology is also opening doors for its use in bioeconomy applications.

Smooth surfaces

The Finnish start-up company PintaWorks manufactures camera-based inline quality control systems for the paper and printing industries.