China-Europe Forest Bioeconomy: Assessment and Outlook

From Science to Policy 11

Maarit Kallio, Xiaoqian Chen, Ragnar Jonsson, Janni Kunttu, Yijing Zhang, Anne Toppinen, Jianping Zhang, Jiancheng Chen, Nike Krajnc, Ben Cashore, Bo Yu, Chen Yong, Davide Pettenella
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A new study from the European Forest Institute provides the first systematic assessment of the potential challenges, possibilities for the future and policy implications for Europe-China forest-based bioeconomy development.

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Kallio, M., Chen, X., Jonsson, R., Kunttu, J., Zhang, Y., Toppinen, A., Zhang, J., Chen, J., Krajnc, N., Cashore, B., Yu, B., Yong, C., Pettenella, D. 2020. China-Europe Forest Bioeconomy: Assessment and Outlook. From Science to Policy 11. European Forest Institute.

Number of pages: 48
ISBN 978-952-7426-01-2 (print)
ISBN 978-952-7426-02-9 (online)


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Maarit Kallio, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway

Xiaoqian Chen, European Forest Institute

Ragnar Jonsson, European Commission, Joint Research Centre

Janni Kunttu, European Forest Institute

Yijing Zhang, South China Agricultural University, China

Anne Toppinen, University of Helsinki, Finland

Jianping Zhang, Institute for International Economic Research of National Development and Reform Committee, China 

Jiancheng Chen, Beijing Forestry University, China

Nike Krajnc, Slovenian Forestry Institute, Slovenia

Ben Cashore, Singapore National University, Singapore

Bo Yu, Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Chen Yong, Chinese Academy of Forestry, Institute of Information and Policy, China

Davide Pettenella, University of Padova, Italy