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Basic info about Russian forest and forestry


Russian forest legislation

If is everything OK with forests in Russia?

Russian old-growth forests - the world natural heritage

Sustainable forestry in Russia

Forest Bulletin

Other Forest Club periodicals

Forest Club Publications

Forest Club Hot spots



POBEDITELI  Soldiers of the Great War

According the officially published figures, Russia is the largest forest country in the world, which houses about 22% of the world forests. Just for comparison, the next largest forest countries own: Brazil – 16%, Canada – 7% and US – 6% of the world’s forest cover. Not trusting very much in Russian official data, we estimate these figures do reflect in some extends more or less real proportion.

We will try to respond your general questions You may have about Russian forest and forestry –- such as the followings:

How much forest is in Russia?

How are Russian forests structured?

What are official figures about forests in Russia?

Russian timber trade

A History of Russian Forestry and its Leaders

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