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The EU’s 2018 Bioeconomy Strategy Update and the European Green Deal recently confirmed that the bioeconomy is high on the political agenda in Europe. The authors propose a conceptual analysis
Bioeconomy
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The forest-based sector’s contribution to a bioeconomy depends on policymakers, citizens and consumers, and how they perceive, accept and promote the forest-based value chain and its products and
Bioeconomy
Forest products
Media
Policy
Policy support
Public participation
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Wood is far from being only forest function provided to their owners. Hunting, wild forest product harvesting, exercise, nature watching, relaxation and many other similar functions can be bundled
Bioeconomy
Ecosystem services
Resilience
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The importance of a sustainable and circular bioeconomy in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has been recognized at various political levels. The EU Green Deal is one of the most
Bioeconomy
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Mushrooms, berries and other Non-Wood Forest Products (NWFPs) are an important part of forest recreation, rural income and of cultural heritage. Due to poor data on their collection and use, they are
Bioeconomy
Ecosystem services
Forest products
Non-wood forest products
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The importance of a sustainable and circular bioeconomy in achieving the SDGs has been recognized at various political levels. The new article of Linser and Lier (2020) explored whether and how the
Bioeconomy
Policy support
Sustainability
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The aim of this article is to investigate whether agroforestry, the practice of integrating woody vegetation and agricultural crops and/or livestock, could be a management tool to reduce wildfires in
Agroforestry
Biodiversity
Bioeconomy
Climate change
Ecosystem services
Forest fires
Forest management
Mediterranean
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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
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This article explored varying preferable utilisation patterns of wood product industries' by-products, and which actions are needed to implement them.
Bioeconomy
Policy
Research