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Tree-related microhabitats (TreMs) have been identified as key features for forest-dwelling taxa and are often employed as measures for biodiversity conservation in integrative forest management
Biodiversity
Forest management
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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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This paper analyses the occurrence of governance innovations for forest ecosystem service (FES) provision in the forestry sector in Europe and the factors that influence innovation development. Based
Biomass
Ecosystem services
Forest management
Governance
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The New EU Forest Strategy for 2030: A New Understanding of Sustainable Forest Management? Two decades after the pan-European set of indicators for sustainable forest management was adopted, the
Biodiversity
Climate change
Forest management
Sustainability
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Forest law compliance can play an important role in enhancing natural resource governance and advancing sustainable development. The role of compliance and the factors that affect it require better
FLEGT
Governance
Sustainability
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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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European agri-environmental policy has diverse and competing objectives. The Common Agricultural Policy has been the main policy framework guiding the European Union (EU) and its member states in the
Policy
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The development of criteria and indicators (C&I) to generate information about the status quo and measure changes in sustainable forest management (SFM) has become ever more important. Forest Europe
Forest management
Governance
Policy