Publications

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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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Innovation actions within European Horizon 2020 (H2020) projects aim at testing research results in practice. When supporting social innovations in rural areas, such testing requires the alignment of
Agroforestry
Innovation
Rural development
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The aim of the European Union Forest Law Enforcement, Governance, and Trade Action Plan and its Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs) is to tackle illegal logging and trade in illegal timber
FLEGT
Governance
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The original paper From principles to practice in paying for nature’s services, led to a critical response from Esteve Corbera (UAB) and his collaborators (Wells et al.) who wrote to defend simplified
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean
Policy
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Payments for Environmental Services (PES) constitute an innovative economic intervention to counteract the global loss of biodiversity and ecosystem functions. In theory, some appealing features
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean
Policy
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This open access article provides further insight into how Forest Action Plan was employed by EU Member States—in contrast to the majority of similar articles on the topic, which are primarily
Governance
Policy
Research
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Chapter in the UNECE and FAO study - Who owns our forests? Forest ownership in the ECE region Reference Lidestav, G; Weiss, G; Živojinović, I (2019) Changes in forest ownership. In: UNECE and FAO, Who
Forest owners
Policy
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There is a renewed interest in urban gardening in the past decade stimulated by the increased awareness of benefits that it brings to the city, local communities, and individuals. Previous studies
Cities
Civil society
Land use
Urban forests
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There is increasing emphasis on innovation as a driver of continued prosperity in the rural economy. Globalisation poses challenges to rural areas given technological advances and intensified
Civil society
Forest owners
Forest products
Governance
Innovation
Jobs
Non-wood forest products
Policy
Rural development
Sustainability