Publications

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Full reference: Ludvig, A. 2020. Ergebnisse von Stakeholder-Befragungen und Empfehlungen an die Politik. BFW Praxisinformation, 51, 29–31. *This publication is authored by an EFI Associate at the
Policy
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European forests are expanding and becoming denser following the widespread abandonment of farmland and rural areas. Spontaneous forest regrowth provides a cost‐effective opportunity to restore
Climate change
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean
Resilience
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This open access article show that the negative effects of insect herbivory on shoot growth likely intensify under warmer thermal conditions, but that increasing precipitation can counteract these
Bioeconomy
Climate change
Forest management
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There is growing concern that the implementation of political agreements on climate change and biodiversity will not be enough to protect forests in the short run and up to the end of the 21st century
Climate change
Policy
Resilience
Sustainability
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The forest-based sector’s contribution to a bioeconomy depends on policymakers, citizens and consumers, and how they perceive, accept and promote the forest-based value chain and its products and
Bioeconomy
Forest products
Media
Policy
Policy support
Public participation
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The world's forests provide valuable contributions to people but continue to be threatened by agricultural expansion and other land uses. Counterfactual-based methods are increasingly used to evaluate
Policy
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The process-based model 4C (FORESEE) has been developed over the past 20 years to study climate impacts on forests and is now freely available as an open-source tool. The objective of this paper is to
Models
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Policy action is visible in national and international climate governance. However, policy-making and its implementation often fail to generate the desired outcomes that aim to adapt to the adverse
Climate change
Governance
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First international assessment of the protection state of mostly ‘untouched’ forests in Europe An expansion of the protected areas by only about 1% would sufficiently protect most remaining primary
Biodiversity
Climate change
Forest management
Research
Resilience
Sustainability