The Swedish forest-based sector has launched a Brussels network called Wood Be Better. Its aim is to be an arena, which contributes to increased understanding of the forest-based value chain and it's role in EU policy development.
The Wood Be Better network is initiated jointly by the Swedish Forest Industries and LRF Skogsägarna, i.e. the Federation of Swedish Family Forest Owners. The network invites anyone in Brussels and Sweden with an interest in topics of concern to the forest-based sector. The network's overall objective is to increase the knowledge about the forest-based sector and its role in relevant EU decision making processes.
Each meeting with the network is hosted by one of the following four Swedish Members of European Parliament: Jessica Polfjärd (EPP), Fredrick Federely (RE) Erik Bergkvist (S&D) and Pär Holmgren (Greens).
From left: Jessica Polfjärd (EPP), Fredrick Federely (RE) Erik Bergkvist (S&D) and Pär Holmgren (Greens).
The initiaters Anna Holmberg, Director, Head of Brussels office, Swedish Forest Industries, and Lennart Eckzell, International policy coordinator, LRF Skogsägarna (Federation of Swedish Family Forest Owners).