In sustainable and multifunctional management and use of forests we need to consider both the changing operative environment, increasing risks and uncertainty, and the need to adapt to, and mitigate, climate change.
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Forests and Bioeconomy Research Community has four interconnected thematic research focus areas (RFAs)
Forests and bioeconomy research related groups and projects
The success of new bioeconomy products and services in international markets requires innovative business models and an understanding of consumer behavior and decision-making criteria.
Forests and bioeconomy research related education
Faculty of Science, Forestry and Technology, School of Forest Sciences
Faculty of Social Sciences and Business Studies, Business School