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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

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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)

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More information Recommended citation: Regina Rhodius, Dörte Marie Peters, Francesca Ferranti, Leena Kärkkäinen, Mikko Kurttila, Berit H. Lindstad, Špela Pezdevšek Malovrh, Kristina Wirth, Britta Böhr
Biomass
Ecosystem services
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2014: Putting science into action More information Download the EFI Annual Report 2014 Supplement
Capacity building
Policy support
Research
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The policy study provides a scientific assessment of the EUTR and FLEGT Action Plan. It examines the two policy measures’ effects on illegal logging, timber markets and trade flows, and governance
FLEGT
Governance
Policy support
Timber
Trade
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A scientific assessment of the EUTR and FLEGT Action Plan. It examines the two policy measures’ effects on illegal logging, timber markets and trade flows, and governance, with case studies from
FLEGT
Policy support
ThinkForest
Timber
Trade
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In this issue: Creative destruction and bioeconomy Harvesting more forest biomass sustainably Agroforestry and green economy ambitions What is the role of Mediterranean forests in the bioeconomy?
Agroforestry
Bioeconomy
Biomass
Mediterranean
Members
Network
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The forest-based sector is undergoing many profound structural changes. This study provides analysis and insights on changes in the operating environment and its implications to forest-based sector
Bioeconomy
Forest products
Policy
Policy support
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European forests provide various goods and services for the people. While wood is the most prominent, also game, cork, mushrooms and greenery are important in many regions. Despite their importance
Ecosystem services
Policy
Policy support
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European forests provide various goods and services for the people. While wood is the most prominent, also game, cork, mushrooms and greenery are important in many regions. Despite their importance
Ecosystem services
Policy
Policy support
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More information Recommended citation: Gregory Valatin. 2014. Carbon Valuation in Forestry and Prospects for European Harmonisation. EFI Technical Report 97. European Forest Institute. Number of pages
Climate change
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More information Recommended citation: Harry F. Campbell. 2014. Elements of Cost-Benefit Analysis for Forestry Investments. EFI Technical Report 96. European Forest Institute. Number of pages: 84
Research
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The production and use of forest energy wood are amongst the topics that receive increasing attention in the renewable energy context, not only from policy makers, scientists and stakeholders of the
Biomass
Forest management
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More information Recommended citation: Pat Snowdon, Patrice Harou. 2014. Guide to Economic Appraisal of Forestry Investments and Programmes in Europe. EFI Technical Report 94. European Forest
Research
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More information Recommended citation: Ibrahim Favada and Ed Pepke (editors). 2014. Forest Products Market Transparency: A Report of the International Workshop on Forest Products Price Information
Forest products
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More information Recommended citation: Ibrahim Favada, Richard Vlosky, Martti Aarne, Alex McCusker, Ed Pepke, Paul Rougieux, Aljoscha Requardt, Andreas Schuck and Mika Mustonen. 2014. Background Study
Forest products
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Several emerging factors along with the lack of research increase the need and motivation for future oriented market research of engineered wood products (EWP) in Europe. For example, the need for CO2
Wood construction