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Wooden multi-storey construction (WMC) offers an alternative building solution for urban consumers seeking a low-carbon, sustainable lifestyle yet, the literature on consumer experiences in newly
Bioeconomy
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Globally, organizational espousal of green and sustainable operations has been critically facilitated by green human resource management (GHRM) initiatives, especially in the tourism and hospitality
Bioeconomy
Health and wellbeing
Research
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The pervasiveness of social media platforms (SMP) has resulted in users experiencing feelings associated with the phenomena of fear of missing out (FoMO) and social media fatigue. However, little is
Bioeconomy
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COVID-19 has negatively affected the travel and tourism industry and may continue to do so in the future. Therefore, hospitality businesses need to pay attention to consumer reactions, concerns, and
Bioeconomy
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The apparel industry's sustainability is gaining scholars' attention amidst increasing concerns about its environmental impacts. However, to ensure that the industry's efforts in environmental
Bioeconomy
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The moose is the largest herbivore in the boreal forest biome, where it can have dramatic impacts on ecosystem structure and dynamics. Despite the importance of the boreal forest biome in global
Bioeconomy
Research
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This paper compares how forest ecosystem service–related policies are integrated in different national European forest governance contexts. Efforts to achieve policy integration at the EU and national
Bioeconomy
Ecosystem services
Governance
Policy
Policy support
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Under the European Union's bioeconomy strategy, wood-based bioeconomy innovations are expected to produce a stream of marketable substitutive products (lignin-based products, textiles, polymers
Bioeconomy
Innovation
Research
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This article focuses on the potential role of non-wood forest products (NWFPs) which are so far largely neglected within forest-related bioeconomy research and policy. From an innovation system
Bioeconomy
Network
Non-wood forest products
Research