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Adalsteinn Sigurgeirsson (R), Deputy director of the Icelandic Forest Service and Hreinn Oskarsson, director of coordination and head of strategy at the Icelandic Forest Service take part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Hreinn Oskarsson, director of coordination and head of strategy at the Icelandic Forest Service takes part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Hreinn Oskarsson, director of coordination and head of strategy at the Icelandic Forest Service takes part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Adalsteinn Sigurgeirsson, Deputy director of the Icelandic Forest Service takes part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Mogilsa Forest is pictured close to Reykjavik, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Mogilsa Forest is pictured close to Reykjavik, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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A greenhouse in Mogilsa Forest is pictured close to Reykjavik, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Hreinn Oskarsson, director of coordination and head of strategy at the Icelandic Forest Service takes part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Adalsteinn Sigurgeirsson, Deputy director of the Icelandic Forest Service takes part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Hreinn Oskarsson, director of coordination and head of strategy at the Icelandic Forest Service takes part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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A sapling has been planted at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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A stream flows through Mogilsa Forest close to Reykjavik, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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A greenhouse in Mogilsa Forest is pictured close to Reykjavik, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Mogilsa Forest is pictured close to Reykjavik, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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A greenhouse in Mogilsa Forest is pictured close to Reykjavik, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Adalsteinn Sigurgeirsson, Deputy director of the Icelandic Forest Service takes part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Adalsteinn Sigurgeirsson, Deputy director of the Icelandic Forest Service takes part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Adalsteinn Sigurgeirsson, Deputy director of the Icelandic Forest Service takes part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Adalsteinn Sigurgeirsson, Deputy director of the Icelandic Forest Service takes part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Adalsteinn Sigurgeirsson, Deputy director of the Icelandic Forest Service takes part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Adalsteinn Sigurgeirsson (L), Deputy director of the Icelandic Forest Service and Hreinn Oskarsson, director of coordination and head of strategy at the Icelandic Forest Service take part in tree planting at Lava filde near Thorlakshofn, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Workers transplant saplings at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Workers transplant saplings at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Workers transplant saplings at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Workers transplant saplings at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Saplings wait to be transplanted at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Heidmork Forest is pictured close to Reykjavik, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Saplings wait to be transplanted at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Workers transport saplings at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Saplings wait to be transplanted at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Workers transplant saplings at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Workers transplant saplings at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Workers transplant saplings at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Saplings wait to be transplanted at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Workers prepare saplings at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Heidmork Forest is pictured close to Reykjavik, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Workers transport saplings at Kvistar greenhouse near Selfoss, southern Iceland before the young trees are planted on May 20, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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Heidmork Forest is pictured close to Reykjavik, Iceland on May 21, 2019. - Before being colonised by the Vikings, Iceland was lush with forests but the fearsome warriors razed everything to the ground and the nation is now struggling to reforest the island. The country is considered the least forested in Europe; indeed, forests in Iceland are so rare, or their trees so young, that it is commonly joked that those lost in the woods only need to stand up to find their way. (Photo by Halldor KOLBEINS / AFP)
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