Tuesday 29 November

Tentative programme

Theme 3: Sustainable forest management (SFM) as a basis for bioeconomy development

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Timo Karjalainen, LUKE

8.30

Introduction to the day (Presentation)
Research Professor  Timo Karjalainen , LUKE

8.40

What is SFM? How to measure it? Criteria and indicators, lessons learned  
Dr. Bernhard Wolfslehner, EFI's Central-East and South-East European Regional Office

9.10

Forest management in Russia and ensuring its sustainability  (Presentation)      
Mr. Maxim Trishkin, UEF

9.40

SFM in Russia: company view  
Mr. Mikhael Tarasov, IKEA Global Forestry Manager

10.10

Coffee

10.30

SFM for bioeconomy: something new or business as usual (Presentation)     
Dr. Tarmo Räty, LUKE 

11.00

Panel discussion on promoting SFM via intensification
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challenges, approaches and experiences in Russia

12.15

Lunch

Theme 4: The emerging forest-based bioeconomy: drivers, trends, markets and products 

13.15

Rethinking the role of forest-based sector services (Presentation)
Ms. Päivi Pelli , UEF 

13.35

How to implement new bio products into traditional forest industry mills ? (Presentation)    
Mr. Harri Snellman, Development Manager, Enocell Mill, Stora Enso

13.55

Non-market forest services: from values to payment (Presentation)
Dr. Irina Prokofieva, Forest Sciences Center of Catalonia 

14:15

Can bioenergy be competitive?  (Presentation)     
Mr. Robert Prinz, LUKE

14:35

Coffee

15.05

Panel discussion + wrap up

16.15-18.00

Group work

18:15-      

Departure to the dinner