Resource scarcity

How can we use fewer resources and still accomplish more?

The forest industry utilises renewable resources sustainably. Its processes use the scarce materials and energy carefully and efficiently. Thanks to their recyclability, wood fibre-based materials remain valuable raw materials even after use. Finland has a long tradition of using wood responsibly. Smart and systematic forestry practices will ensure sufficient resources, also in the future.

Wood-based solutions for challenges posed by resource scarcity

Uunikelpoinen paperivuoka. Walki.

Ovenable PET-free tray

Oat hull as packaging material

Aluminium-free cheese packaging


Compostable Coffee Pod

maanparannuskuitujen levitys

Fibrous soil amendments

DuraSense by Stora Enso

Wood-based biocomposites


The amount of wood in Finnish forests is increasing every year. The annual tree growth is nearly 40 million cubic metres more than annual fellings.


From this volume, 20 million cubic meters could be utilised in a sustainable manner for the needs of the bioindustry.