Hello all! This post is especially for my Finnish readers. The poem above (written by A.-R.R from Kuopio) was published some days ago in our local newspaper. The poem is about our nature being under threat, and the intriguing "language" is a Savonian dialect. The projected Finnpulp's new softwood pulp mill (near Kuopio) is to become the world's largest single-line softwood pulp plant. The new facility is expected to use 6.7 million cubic metres of raw wood material per year. When running (in two-three years), it should be the most ecologically sound softwood pulp mill... One of the things that most worries me is that the biggest shareholder of Finnpulp is a Chinese company, Hengan International. In the future, it has a possibility to increase its share of the company up to 49%.