Publications bank

Publication Bank


EFI Publications

What Science Can Tell Us Based on collective scientific expert reviews providing interdisciplinary background information on key and complex forest-related issues for policy and decision makers, citizens and society in general
From Science to Policy Brings together cross-boundary scientific knowledge and expertise to strengthen science-policy dialogue
Knowledge to Action Brings a wide range of research, projects and initiatives on forest-related issues closer to society

You can also find in the Publication Bank:

Annual reports EFI News (1993-2016) ThinkForest briefs (2013-2016)
Project publications and final reports Policy Briefs Discussion Papers (1997-2012)
Technical Reports (2000-2017) Research Reports (1994-2011) Proceedings (1994-2010)

View scientific articles published externally, including in journals and project materials

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Forests and forest-relevant policies in Europe face a wide array of challenges in a rapidly changing world. Issues such as Brexit, the new European Parliament and European Commission, and the recent
Governance
Policy
Policy support
ThinkForest
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The report assesses how much wood we are likely to have now and in the future to support a transformational change towards a circular bioeconomy, and explores the potential and implications for its
Bioeconomy
Climate change
Forest management
Policy support
Timber
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Our science-policy activities bring European and global forest research to decision makers on issues that are on today’s political agenda. Find out more in our Science informing policymaking brochure
Policy support
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This is the book of abstracts for the international conference Governing and managing forests for multiple ecosystem services across the globe, 26-28 February 2020, Bonn, Germany Recommended citation
Ecosystem services
Forest management
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European forests are facing new demands including helping to mitigate climate change, providing goods and services, generating jobs and acting as a source of fuel and materials. Forestry is also
Biodiversity
Climate change
Forest management
Planted forests
Policy support
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Der Naturschutz im Wald hat sich in den letzten Jahrzehnten signifikant weiterentwickelt. Die Bewertung des bisher Erreichten ist allerdings zwischen Forstwirtschaft und Naturschutz umstritten. Dies
Biodiversity
Forest management
Governance
Resilience
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The forest-based sector has mainly developed around wood-based products. This is due to the significant relative economic importance of wood and the well-developed and competitive value chains based
Bioeconomy
Ecosystem services
Innovation
Non-wood forest products
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2018: Connecting forest science to the future More information Download the 2018 Annual Report Supplement
Capacity building
Members
Network
Policy support
Research
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More information Рекомендуемые источники: Хетемяки, Л., Ханевинкель, М., Муйс, Б., Олликайнен, М., Палахи, М., Трасобарес, А. 2017. На пути к европейской стратегии по созданию биоэкономики замкнутого
Bioeconomy
Policy
Policy support
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More information 建议引用标注: Hetemäki, L., Hanewinkel, M., Muys, B., Ollikainen, M., Palahí, M. and Trasobares, A. 2017.Leading the way to a European circular bioeconomy strategy. From Science to Policy 5
Bioeconomy
Policy
Policy support
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Europe’s forests have provided human societies with essential ecosystem services and great economic values for centuries. Some of these values are now increasingly threatened by climate change, which
Climate change
Forest management
Policy support
Resilience
Risk
Sustainability
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It is expected that European forests provide renewable resources for the bioeconomy, ensure biodiversity and other ecosystem services while help us to mitigate and adapt to and mitigate climate change
Bioeconomy
Ecosystem services
Forest genetics
Forest management
Forest products
Land use
Members
Network
Policy support
Research
Resilience
Sustainability
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While the positive role of forests in climate change mitigation is generally well perceived, the contribution of wood products to mitigation is much less known and understood. Current national
Climate change
Policy support
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The Paris Agreement and the latest IPCC Assessment Report (2018) emphasize urgent and efficient actions for climate change mitigation. This means that we must rapidly reduce global greenhouse gas
Climate change
Forest management
Policy
Policy support
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2017: Creating the future EFI ecosystem More information Download the 2017 Annual Report Supplement
Capacity building
Members
Network
Policy support
Research