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Abstract The forest sector plays an important role in the circular bioeconomy due to its focus on renewable materials that can substitute fossil or greenhouse gas emissions-intensive materials, store
Bioeconomy
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Abstract Background: The forest-based industry has been moving towards the manufacture of bio-based products in response to the increasing concern by consumers and governments regarding the use of non
Bioeconomy
Forest products
Innovation
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With its update of the Bioeconomy Strategy and the Green Deal, the European Commission committed itself to a transformation towards a sustainable and climate-neutral European Union. This process is
Bioeconomy
Models
Policy
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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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General Context: Climate change can positively or negatively affect abiotic and biotic drivers of tree mortality. Process-based models integrating these climatic effects are only seldom used at
Bioeconomy
Climate change
Forest genetics
Forest management
Research
Resilience
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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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Is forest harvesting increasing in Europe? Yes, but not as much as reported last July in a controversial study published in Nature. The study Abrupt increase in harvested forest area over Europe after
Media
Models
Policy support
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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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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