BioMonitor addresses the information gap in bioeconomy research by re-structuring its existing data and modelling framework. The ultimate goal of the project is to get a clearer picture of how bioeconomy affects our lives.
RoK-FOR - Sustainable Forest Management Providing Renewable Energy, Sustainable Construction and Bio-based Products
The aim of the project was to produce a Research Report on the forest resources of the European-Ural part of Russia and their development from the 1960s until the present.
The results of this project have been published in EFI Research Report 11.
SAFARI is a three-year project aiming to identify how a holistic Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) concept can interlink and support REDD+ and FLEGT implementation, to ana
The aim of the project was to evaluate economic impacts of different types of forest management practices and sawnwood market scenarios in the case of hypothetical sawmills in Finland.
SCEFORMA - Scenario Analysis of Sustainable Wood Production under Different Forest Management Regimes
The overall objective of the project was to provide a quantitative assessment of future wood production in Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Ukraine, its degree of sustainability under various scenarios of forest growth and timber harvest, and the overall consequences of forest decline and climate change on future wood supply.
The project was financed by the AIR Programme of the European Union with participant organisations from 15 countries in Europe. The aim of the study was to get an overview of the present state-of-the-art in Europe regarding:
- supply and demand of timber and forest industry products at national and regional levels;
- structural changes of the forest sector and;
- data availability for consistent demand and supply analyses of timber and forest industry products at the European level.
Support Study for the Development of the Non-legislative Acts as Provided for in the EU Timber Regulation
The project aimed to identify the most efficient ways to fulfil the requirements of the EU Timber Regulation with respect to risk assessment systems and the role of monitoring organizations, taking into account in particular relevant best practices.