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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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Switching from fossil-based products to renewable wood-based products can help combat climate change and achieve Sustainable Development Goals, according to a new report authored by EFI researchers
Bioeconomy
Climate change
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Both trade and production of graphic paper have decreased over the last three decades. While this general decrease can partially be attributed to increased prominence of information technology, the
Bioeconomy
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Climate change, with various economic, environmental and social consequences, is one of the greatest challenges faced by society. Climate change governance in forestry and nature conservation includes
Bioeconomy
Climate change
Governance
Research
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Deforestation and forest degradation remain huge global environmental challenges. Over the last decades, various forest governance initiatives and institutions have evolved in global response to
Governance
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Based on a large-scale European survey, this paper assesses the collection and consumption of NWFPs in Europe. Most importantly, we define NWFP collector’s profiles – from recreational pickers in the
Bioeconomy
Forest products
Non-wood forest products
Policy
Research
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The study provides insight into the future of the forest-based bioeconomy sector in selected Southeast European (SEE) countries.
Bioeconomy
Biomass
Policy
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The EU’s 2018 Bioeconomy Strategy Update and the European Green Deal recently confirmed that the bioeconomy is high on the political agenda in Europe. The authors propose a conceptual analysis
Bioeconomy
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The ecosystem services framework has become one of the most important paradigms in forest planning and management as a way to link the multiple provisioning, regulating, and cultural services derived
Ecosystem services
Forest management
Forest owners