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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
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Annual reports EFI News (1993-2016) ThinkForest briefs (2013-2016)
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Technical Reports (2000-2017) Research Reports (1994-2011) Proceedings (1994-2010)

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The bioeconomy has mobilised significant investments in technology, research and innovation. New and innovative bio-products and related services have emerged, and related niche markets show dynamic
Bioeconomy
Policy
Policy support
Sustainability
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Due to steep slopes, extreme climate and severe weather events, mountain forests are fragile ecosystems. However, forested watersheds provide important goods and services and their management requires
Ecosystem services
Water
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The year 2016 was a turning point: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted, and the Paris Agreement on climate change came into effect
Bioeconomy
Policy
Policy support
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More information Zitierempfehlung: Hetemäki, L., Hanewinkel, M., Muys, B., Ollikainen, M., Palahí, M. and Trasobares, A. 2017. Auf dem Weg zu einer Strategie für eine europäische zirkuläre Bioökonomie
Bioeconomy
Policy support
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More information Citation recommandée: Hetemäki, L., Hanewinkel, M., Muys, B., Ollikainen, M., Palahí, M. et Trasobares, A. 2017. Ouvrir la voie à une stratégie européenne de bioéconomie circulaire
Bioeconomy
Policy support
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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 support
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More information Cita recomendada: Hetemäki, L., Hanewinkel, M., Muys, B., Ollikainen, M., Palahí, M. y Trasobares, A. 2017. Hacia una Estrategia Europea de Bioeconomía Circular. Resumen. From Science
Bioeconomy
Policy support
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One of the data services EFI offers to its network is the Forest Products Trade Flow Database. This database provides information on bilateral trade flows between 200 countries and any of their trade
Databases
Forest products
Trade
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Forests are of crucial importance for Natura 2000, the EU-wide ecological network of protected areas. Nearly 25% of the total forest area in the EU is part of the network, but knowledge about how
Biodiversity
Forest management
Policy
Policy support
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More information Download the EFI Annual Report 2016 Supplement
Capacity building
Policy support
Research
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In the EU, the construction sector employs currently more than 12 million people and accounts for 42% of the total energy consumption as well as 35% of the total greenhouse gas emissions, when
Policy
Wood construction
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European forests and the forest-based sector play a central role in a bioeconomy: they provide material (wood and non-wood), bioenergy and a wealth of other regulating and cultural ecosystem services
Bioeconomy
Policy
Policy support
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The Paris Agreement and the EU Climate and Energy Framework set ambitious but necessary targets. Reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by phasing out the technologies and infrastructures that cause
Biomass
Climate change
Energy
Policy support
ThinkForest
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The Paris Agreement and the EU Climate and Energy Framework set ambitious but necessary targets. Reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by phasing out the technologies and infrastructures that cause
Biomass
Climate change
Policy
Policy support
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Please note an updated version of this report is available at https://github.com/EuropeanForestInstitute/efiscen-users/tree/master/manual More information Recommended citation: P.J. Verkerk, M.J
Models