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Abstract The political project on bioeconomy strives to address multiple societal aspirations, namely combine economic growth with environmental sustainability in some socially acceptable manner. The
Bioeconomy
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The greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions in the European Union (EU) are mainly caused by human activity from five sectors—power, industry, transport, buildings, and agriculture. To tackle all these
Bioeconomy
Climate change
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The region of North Karelia, Finland, has a strong forest-based bioeconomy sector. This report describes the region’s opportunities for increasing co-operation in forest-based bioeconomy with China
Bioeconomy
Non-wood forest products
Research
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In summary, there are great opportunities to better use wood as a non-fossil fuel-based raw materials and tackle climate change, as well as to achieve Sustainable Development Goals. However, there is
Bioeconomy
Climate change
Network
Research
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With its update of the Bioeconomy Strategy and the Green Deal, the European Commission committed itself to a transformation towards a sustainable and climate-neutral European Union. This process is
Bioeconomy
Models
Policy
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Switching from fossil-based products to renewable wood-based products can help combat climate change and achieve Sustainable Development Goals, according to a new report authored by EFI researchers
Bioeconomy
Climate change
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To obtain net climate benefits from intensified forest utilization in the short-term, the substitution impact of wood harvesting and increased carbon stocks of wood-based products should be higher
Bioeconomy
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Both trade and production of graphic paper have decreased over the last three decades. While this general decrease can partially be attributed to increased prominence of information technology, the
Bioeconomy
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The retention of trees bearing tree-related microhabitats (TreMs) has become an important means of conserving biodiversity in production forests. However, we lack estimates of TreM formation rates and
Biodiversity
Bioeconomy
Forest management
Resilience