Spatial ecology in a changing world

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FutureBioEcon – Sustainable future of EuropeanForests for developing the bioeconomy

Products and energy based on fossil material contribute to the global warming. Sustainable consumption of Bio-based products and bio-based energy are two ways to reduce global emissions. EU Member States therefore work on a transition from a fossil- to a bio-based economy.
This transition requires an increase in the extraction of bio-based materials from nature, such as wood from the forest. However, the forest also provides many other services to society. It sequesters carbon from the atmosphere and therefore reduces the greenhouse effect, it produces berries that we can eat, and it is important to the wellbeing of people.
The forest is also home to numerous species and the main reason why many of them are red-listed is modern forestry.
 

FutureBioEcon - Sustainable future of EuropeanForests for developing the bioeconomy

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