Publications

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First international assessment of the protection state of mostly ‘untouched’ forests in Europe An expansion of the protected areas by only about 1% would sufficiently protect most remaining primary
Biodiversity
Climate change
Forest management
Research
Resilience
Sustainability
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Political frameworks and policies have a strong influence on the institutional ecosystem and on governance patterns, which in turn shape the operational space of civil society initiatives. This
Civil society
Governance
Innovation
Policy
Research
Sustainability
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In this paper, we start with the assumption that employee innovativeness cannot be observed without the influence of an intrapreneurial climate. We test this relationship and its effects in public
Education
Governance
Jobs
Research
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This article conducts a systematic literature review of journal articles on innovation in forestry and forest-based industries. We include international, English language, peer-reviewed research
Forest management
Governance
Policy
Research
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This publication is the output of two years of work by the Expert Group on Adaptation of Forests to Climate Change and includes summaries from two Forest Europe workshops that were organized with
Climate change
Forest management
Governance
Research
Resilience
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This open access article provides further insight into how Forest Action Plan was employed by EU Member States—in contrast to the majority of similar articles on the topic, which are primarily
Governance
Policy
Research
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Integrated forest management (IFM) can help reconcile critical trade-offs between goals in forest management, such as nature conservation and biomass production. The challenge of IFM is dealing with
Biomass
Forest management
Governance
Research
Resilience
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Deforestation represents a significant global challenge, as forest cover worldwide continues to decline. This problem is especially prominent in the tropics and as a result there has been an increase
Governance
Land use
Research
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This study developed an analytical definition of forest-based bioeconomy, grounded on input from European forestry and bioeconomy capacity mapping exercises from five projects and with participation
Bioeconomy
Research