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Published on Oct 2, 2012
From the Baltic Sea to the Pacific Ocean, Russia's forests are the largest in the world and are hugely important to the global climate and economy. But the economic potential of Russia's forestry sector has not being fully developed in the last 20 years. A new study by FAO and the Russian Government urges immediate action to reverse this trend. Eva Muller, Director of FAO's Forest Economics, Policy and Products Division, talks about the challenges facing Russia's forest sector.