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and global competitiveness of the European Union (EU) forest sector, in particular forestry. It covers the entire EU …
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forests in Europe and reviews options for forests and forestry to adapt to climate change. It has been commissioned by the … adaptation to environmental changes. Adaptation measures for forestry need to be planned well in advance of expected changes in …
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consultation process within the EU Forestry Strategy and the report of the strategy’s implementation identify the issue of creating …
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Over the last few decades, crucial changes have taken place in the views and demands on forests by society at large. This includes the increased environmental awareness and recreational interests of society. These changes also affect the public’s way of looking at the traditional role of...
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Based on the EU Forestry Strategy, the overall aim of the EU Forest Action Plan is to support and enhance sustainable … training in forestry), Activity 5.2 of the work programme for implementation of the Action Plan indicates that a study on the …
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"Integration of biodiversity conservation into economic utilization of natural resources has become a central response to the challenges of sustainable development. However, the resources and competencies required to implement such an integrated strategy at the level of the individual, the...
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From Introduction: "Agreements between forest companies and forest communities may offer potential solutions to one or more of the conflicting objectives the global forest sector has been required to face. Some studies (Mayers and Vermeulen, 2002; Scherr, White, and Kaimowitz, 2003) have identified...
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From p. 1-2: "Eucalyptus cultivation and the cellulose industry are expanding fast in impoverished areas of Brazil, as a result of the global demand for cellulose, governmental economic incentives and the absence of economic-ecological zoning. Areas formerly devoted to family-farming and...
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includes interviews of forestry officials, rural producer-consumers of wood, and charcoal makers. Group 2, which focuses on …
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"Structural Funds are available as non-reimbursable grants, on the basis of co-financing ('part-financing') with the relevant Member States. The level of co-financing depends on the objective of the programme, and is up to a maximum of between 50 and 85%. There are five sets of priority...
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