Sustainable forest management. Forest worker walking in the forest.

Sustainable forest management

As one of the world’s largest private forest owners, Stora Enso plays an active role in the continuous development of sustainable forestry practices. We believe our experience in sustainable forestry – where biodiversity concerns are high on the agenda – can be an inspiration, without claiming we have all the answers already today.

Aerial view of a forest harvesting machine working in a forest in autumn.

Forest safety

Safe working conditions for our forest employees and contractors is at the heart of our work every day.  Be vigilant when you visit forest working sites, and follow any instructions. 

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A drone flying in a pine forest.

Forest research & innovations

Collaborations with leading academic organizations are crucial to us. With extensive research collaboration between industry and universities, we stay on top of development and innovations.

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Aerial view of a forest road in autumn.

Facts on our forests

Our forest assets are valued at more than EUR 7 billion. Globally, Stora Enso owns or manages lands covering a total area of 2.34 million hectares.

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We keep forests productive and healthy while promoting biodiversity. 
Jari Suominen

Jari Suominen

Executive Vice President, Forest division 
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Biodiversity, a natural stream in forest

Forest recreation

Spending time in the great outdoors speeds up mental recovery and performance. Simply put, we feel better in the forest. In the Nordic countries, forests are open to everyone. 

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Birch forest

Forest is our foundation for value creation

We established the Forest division in the beginning of 2020 to increase the transparency of our forest assets and operations. 

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Stora Enso forest expert next to a road side stock of pine pulp wood

Careers with forests

We are constantly looking to strengthen our Forest team in areas such as: data, digitalization, forestry, logistics, R&D, sales, customer service, supply chain, sustainability, and more. 

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