Events

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Brummana, Lebanon, 02.04.2019 - 02.04.2019

Mediterranean Forest Week: Social Innovation in Forests

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Publications

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Published on 12.01.2019

The role of social innovation in negotiations about recreational infrastructure in forests - A mountain-bike case study in Switzerland

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Publications

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Published on 17.12.2018

Mapping European and forest related policies supporting social innovation for rural settings

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INCREDIBLE - Innovation Networks of Cork, Resins and Edibles in the Mediterranean basin Minna.Korhonen Thu, 08.30.2018 - 07:34

Mediterranean forests play a pivotal role for local economies by providing a large array of ecosystem services and goods.

OPERAS - Operational Potential of Ecosystem Research Applications

OPERAS aims to improve the understanding of how Ecosystem Services/Natural Capital (ES/NC) concepts may contribute to human well-being in different social-ecological systems in inland and coastal zones, in rural and urban areas, related to different ecosystems including forests and fresh water resources. The OPERAs research will establish whether, how and under what conditions the ES/NC concepts can move beyond the academic domain towards practical implementation in support of sustainable ecosystem management.

Northern ToSIA - Assessing Sustainability of Forest-based Activities in Rural Areas of the Northern Periphery

The aim of the project is to investigate options for improving the sustainable use of forest resources in selected regions of the Northern Periphery Programme (NPP) area in Finland, Sweden, Scotland and Norway by using an innovative sustainability impact assessment tool, ToSIA. ToSIA stands for Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment of the Forest Wood Chain and it analyses the sustainability of production processes in the Forest Wood Chain in terms of social, economic and environmental sustainability indicators.