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Poland puts an end to logging in oldest forests

Poland puts an end to logging in oldest forests

Posted on January 15, 2024   |  

Poland wants the company in charge of its forests, covering 7 million hectares, to stop cutting down trees in the 10 oldest areas.

About 1.5% of the forests managed by the government will be affected by the temporary six-month pause in logging.

This decision is the first step towards more significant changes, with plans to limit cutting down trees in these old forests even more.