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Environmental Paper Network releases document detailing environmental risks from proposed Est-For pulp mill in Estonia

ASHEVILLE, NC, May 18, 2018 (Press Release) – The people of Estonia struggling to prevent a huge ‘biorefinery’, which would consume a quarter of Estonia’s wood supply and pollute the country’s second largest river, have today received support from concerned organisations all over the world. Estonian civil society groups, the City of Tartu, the former prime minister and many prominent scientists have already made public statements of their opposition and tomorrow, thousands of Estonians will take to the streets to protest the proposed Est-For pulp mill and energy plant and demand that the government show it a red light. Today, the Environmental Paper Network (EPN) is releasing a discussion document internationally, detailing the concerns of civil society, scientists and politicians and highlighting the project as an issue of global concern.

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