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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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Download the policy brief (pdf) Forest biodiversity is the basis for forest functioning, the provision of a multitude of forest ecosystem services and for maintaining forest adaptation and resilience
Biodiversity
Policy
Policy support
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The study reviews scientific literature on the topic of old-growth forests and held a workshop with around 20 external scientific experts in February 2021 to discuss preliminary findings. The experts
Biodiversity
Forest management
Governance
Research
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More information Recommended citation: Leskinen, P., Lindner, M., Verkerk, P.J., Nabuurs, G.J., Van Brusselen, J., Kulikova, E., Hassegawa, M. and Lerink, B. (eds.). 2020. Russian forests and climate
Bioeconomy
Climate change
Forest management
Governance
Land use
Policy support
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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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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
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European forests and the forest-based sector are already contributing significantly to climate change mitigation and substitution, amounting to some 13% of EU emissions. They have the potential to
Climate change
Forest management
Policy support
ThinkForest
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European forests and the forest-based sector are already contributing significantly to climate change mitigation and substitution, amounting to some 13% of EU emissions. They have the potential to
Climate change
Forest management
Policy
Policy support
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Les forêts européennes et le secteur forestier jouent un rôle significatif dans le bilan des gaz à effet de serre de l’Union européenne. Ces forêts et leurs produits réduisent les émissions
Climate change
Forest management
Policy support
ThinkForest
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Recent research indicates that it is most likely climate change will exceed a 2 °C rise in mean global temperature by 2100 – without drastic policy change mean temperature may rise between 3 and 6 °C
Climate change
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This report is a deliverable from the EU FP6 Integrated Project EFORWOOD – Tools for Sustainability Impact Assessment of the Forestry-Wood Chain. More information Recommended citation: Marcus Lindner
Models
Sustainability
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This Policy Brief was compiled within the Models for Adaptive Forest Management (MOTIVE) project, a largescale integrated project in the 7th Framework Programme of the EU. MOTIVE seeks to develop and
Climate change
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This report is a deliverable from the EU FP6 Integrated Project EFORWOOD – Tools for Sustainability Impact Assessment of the Forestry-Wood Chain. More information Recommended citation: Wendelin
Sustainability
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More information Recommended citation: Pieter J. Verkerk, Giuliana Zanchi and Marcus Lindner. 2008. Impacts of Biological and Landscape Diversity Protection on the Wood Supply in Europe. EFI Technical
Biodiversity