REDiiSC - RED II sustainability criteria Minna.Korhonen Wed, 08.21.2019 - 05:16

The general objectives of this contract with EU DG ENER is contribute to the swift, consistent, and cost-effective implementation by the EU Member States of the new REDII sustainability criteria applying to forest biomass (following a risk-based approach) and to agriculture biomass. This work will also assist economic operators in the sourcing of sustainable biomass for energy generation, and auditors and verifiers in their assessment on whether economic operators have effectively complied with the new EU bioenergy sustainability criteria.

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欧盟循环生物经济战略 发展之路 Minna.Korhonen Mon, 08.19.2019 - 06:31

From Science to Policy 5, in Chinese

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Lauri Hetemäki, Marc Hanewinkel, Bart Muys, Markku Ollikainen, Marc Palahí and Antoni Trasobares
На пути к европейской стратегии по созданию биоэкономики замкнутого цикла Minna.Korhonen Mon, 08.19.2019 - 06:24

From Science to Policy 5, in Russian

Author
Lauri Hetemäki, Marc Hanewinkel, Bart Muys, Markku Ollikainen, Marc Palahí, Antoni Trasobares

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Published on 17.07.2019

Towards sustainable forest management in the European Union through polycentric forest governance and an integrated landscape approach

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Institutional and policy frameworks shaping the wooden multi-storey construction markets: a comparative case study on Austria and Finland

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Bordeaux, France, 14.11.2019 - 15.11.2019

PerForm: Bioeconomy and European Forests

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Published on 09.07.2019

Depicting the peril and not the potential of forests for a biobased economy? A qualitative content analysis on online news media coverage in German language articles

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Joint EFIPLANT & IEFC Annual Meeting 2019: Facilitating international cooperation between scientists and with stakeholders on planted forest issues Marta.Briones Mon, 07.08.2019 - 09:36
The two-day event- also included the Final Conference of the PLURIFOR, a European funded project that has been a successful example of cross-border cooperation considering that forest hazards are a common threat to south-west European forests and they do not have administrative limits.

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Published on 05.07.2019

Innovating in a traditional sector: Innovation in forest harvesting in Slovakia and Macedonia

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Published on 18.06.2019

Guidelines for the Development of a Criteria and Indicator Set for Sustainable Forest Management

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