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Why should we all learn to think like foresters: an interview with Lisa Hafer, WaldHaus Freiburg, on the role of forest education
Trends in forest-related employment and tertiary education: insights from selected key countries around the globe
This report is part of the “Global student networking and green jobs in the forest sector” project, a capacity development initiative coordinated by the European Forest Institute (EFI) in
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2040: Miten käy metsäkansan?
BIOSCOPE - a goal for the growth of the bioeconomy in North Karelia
The goal of the BIOSCOPE project is to grow the regional economy of North Karelia by partnering companies, researchers and international students in a new way. The new partnership model seeks a
Intrapreneurial climate as momentum for fostering employee innovativeness in public forest enterprises
In this paper, we start with the assumption that employee innovativeness cannot be observed without the influence of an intrapreneurial climate. We test this relationship and its effects in public
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Innovations in forest education: Insights from the best practices global competition
Forest education is confronted with the challenge of modernizing teaching approaches and methods, particularly so in light of changing employment and societal needs. Many innovative teaching methods
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