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"A balancing act: principles, criteria and indicator framework to operationalize social-ecological resilience of forests" helps us to understand how we can manage forest to become more resilient now
Bioeconomy
Climate change
Ecosystem services
Forest management
Forest owners
Resilience
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Current global environmental challenges, such as climate change, set an urge to seek renewable low-emission alternatives to substitute fossil fuel-derived products while transitioning towards circular
Bioeconomy
Climate change
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Illegal logging and illegal timber trade is a global problem. Anatomical, genetic, and chemical techniques support illegal logging legislation by verifying the species and geographic origin of timber
Bioeconomy
Governance
Research
Timber
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The circular bioeconomy offers solutions to curb the effects of climate change by focusing on the use of renewable, biological resources to produce food, energy, materials, and services. The
Bioeconomy
Climate change
Sustainability
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Tree to tree interactions are important structuring mechanisms for forest community dynamics. Forest management takes advantage of competition effects on tree growth by removing or retaining trees to
Biodiversity
Bioeconomy
Forest management
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In recent years, the potential of the forest-based bioeconomy to provide competitiveness, differentiation, and sustainability to the European economy has often been claimed. Interestingly, regions, as
Bioeconomy
Research
Sustainability
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Global trends influence the approaches and mindset for using natural resources and technological capacities. Participatory scenario methods have proven useful in long-term foresight. However, country
Biodiversity
Bioeconomy
Policy
Research
Sustainability
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Abstract The forest sector plays an important role in the circular bioeconomy due to its focus on renewable materials that can substitute fossil or greenhouse gas emissions-intensive materials, store
Bioeconomy
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Social innovations are grassroots processes aiming to achieve impacts beyond an individual level and towards a broader societal good. The environmental dimension of impacts refers to any direct change
Bioeconomy
Innovation
Mediterranean
Sustainability