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Natural regeneration has been proposed as a cost-effective forest restoration approach for both small and large-scale initiatives. However, attributes for assessing the success of forest restoration
Mediterranean
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This paper is an outlook of the renewed waste legislation in the EU, based on which it assesses the possible impacts of circular economy development on the future of wood modification.
Bioeconomy
Forest products
Policy
Research
Wood construction
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Since the New York Declaration on Forests was adopted in 2014, progress on ending deforestation and restoring forestlands has not lived up to the high level of ambition enshrined in its ten goals.
Biodiversity
Climate change
Governance
Policy
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This paper aims at identifying and evaluating barriers in adopting SFM practices in the context of forest carbon emission reductions.
Climate change
Forest management
REDD+
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Article concludes that the forest dialogues of these countries, within and between each other, were reinforced by participation in C&I for SFM processes, helping to bridge the gap between decision
Forest management
Governance
Land use
Policy
Research
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The aim of this study is to help build a knowledge base for the review of the EU Forest Strategy that was adopted by the European Commission in 2013. The EU Forest Strategy addresses 8 priority areas
Policy
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European forests are now heavily suffering from climate change. Latest reports state that mortality in spruce forests alone will amount to 100 million m³ this year. Furthermore, European forests face
Climate change
Models
Network
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Abstract Impacts of bioeconomy on climate have been much discussed, but less attention has been given to biodiversity deterioration. One approach to assess biodiversity impacts is Life Cycle
Biodiversity
Bioeconomy
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Using the European Union as a case study for the implementation of SFM policy across multiple governance levels in different contexts, we discuss the benefits of adopting an integrated landscape
Forest management
Forest owners
Governance
Land use
Policy