Rethinking the ecosystem

Format: HD
Duration: 52’
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Finland is an ocean of well-aligned pine trees encompassing small patches of isolated old-growth forests with preserved biodiversity. These protected sanctuaries form an archipelago of fragile, precious islands amid an impoverished living world.

This makes it difficult for animal species such as the Siberian flying squirrel or the boreal chickadee to survive as their ecosystems shrink due to clear-cutting.

Fortunately, young Finns are becoming aware of the situation, and a new generation of small forest owners are rethinking how the forest is used.