Publications

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The increasing diversity of non-industrial private forest owners (PFOs) in Europe has been recognized by policy makers and the forestry sector at large. Typologies of these owners have been developed
Forest owners
Policy
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Forests are of crucial importance for Natura 2000, the EU-wide ecological network of protected areas. Nearly 25% of the total forest area in the EU is part of the network, but knowledge about how
Biodiversity
Forest management
Policy
Policy support
Sustainability
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In 2016, our work at the European Forest Institute focused on building the new EFI Strategy 2025 – together with our network. Read about the highlights of our 2016 here, or read a more detailed report
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A green, circular, bio-based economy could replace the current linear fossil fuel-based economic system that has underpinned the development of the past 200 years. In this new paradigm, forests and
Bioeconomy
Mediterranean
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Many excellent results are obtained in agricultural and forestry research projects, but their practical adoption is often limited. The aim of the European project VALERIE is to increase the transfer
Innovation
Mediterranean
Research
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Protection of natural or semi-natural ecosystems is an important part of societal strategies for maintaining biodiversity, ecosystem services, and achieving overall sustainable development. The
Biodiversity
Land use
Mediterranean
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A team of researchers from EFI, the University of Eastern Finland and the Lithuanian Forest Research institute has published a paper looking at whether the intensified use of wood can be combined with
Climate change
Forest products
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In the EU, the construction sector employs currently more than 12 million people and accounts for 42% of the total energy consumption as well as 35% of the total greenhouse gas emissions, when
Policy
Wood construction
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Successive afforestation programmes undertaken in Tunisia have doubled the forest surface area in the last 50 years. A choice experiment exercise was used to estimate the social welfare associated
Civil society
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean