The ministry of agriculture in Germany is now planning to offer 500 million euros state aid for the clearing of bark beetle infested areas as well as for reforestation and forest conversion. Approximately half a billion euros could flow into German forests over the next four years, as part of emergency aid to save the forests. This was announced on Thursday (20 August) by Agriculture Minister Julia Klöckner of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) after a meeting with representatives of the forestry industry, forest owners and nature conservation associations.   ...
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