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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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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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Mushrooms, berries and other Non-Wood Forest Products (NWFPs) are an important part of forest recreation, rural income and of cultural heritage. Due to poor data on their collection and use, they are
Bioeconomy
Ecosystem services
Forest products
Non-wood forest products
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This study developed an analytical definition of forest-based bioeconomy, grounded on input from European forestry and bioeconomy capacity mapping exercises from five projects and with participation
Bioeconomy
Research
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Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals comprehensively addresses the SDGs in an integrated way. This article is a chapter in it.
Bioeconomy
Ecosystem services
Forest management
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This study estimates the value per hectare of the Arasbaran deciduous forest based on returns from 17 fruit-providing species and mapping their economic value.
Bioeconomy
Ecosystem services
Non-wood forest products
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Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals comprehensively addresses the SDGs in an integrated way. This article is a chapter in it.
Biodiversity
Bioeconomy
Ecosystem services
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The aim of this study is to elicit expert views on critical changes in the sector through a Delphi-based outlook, as well as to analyse how these views relate to the understanding of bioeconomy. The
Bioeconomy