PerForm: Bioeconomy and European Forests
Bordeaux, France
Ivana.Zivojinovic Mon, 07.15.2019 - 07:15
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Published on 04.07.2019

Innovation in the use of wood energy in the Ukrainian Carpathians: Opportunities and threats for rural communities

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01.07.2019

Impacts, challenges and opportunities for Russian forests, forestry and forest bioeconomy to respond to climate change

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06.06.2019

Bioeconomy and circular economy need to come together

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SMARTA Wood Demonstrator

The demand for wood has been growing in recent years. Wood can serve as a CO2 sink when used as material and as a low carbon heat source when burnt. Research indicates that using wood-based materials would result in lower energy use and Green House Gas emissions compared to other construction materials such as concrete. However, there are barriers for the promotion of wood constructions.