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PerForm- Perceiving the Forest-based Bioeconomy

The aim of PerForm is to better understand regional disparities of national bioeconomy policies and the perceptions of a forest-based bioeconomy. We explore the diversity of perceptions and acceptance of a forest-based bioeconomy in Europe in order to foster participation of different forest stakeholders and the broader public through an informed and open dialogue. We analyze perceptions of various stakeholder groups across Europe (Germany, Austria, Slovakia, France, Italy, Sweden, Finland). Methodologically, we build extensively on qualitative document analysis, stakeholder interviews and innovative communication tools. The main outcomes of this cooperation network are an online information platform and an open access e-learning course that aims to inform forest stakeholders, policy makers, students and the interested public about the forest-based bioeconomy in the different regions of Europe. The scientific results of the network will be collected and published in a special issue.

Ansprechpartner: Giurca A
Tel: 015201308055
Email: alex.giurca@ifp.uni-freiburg.de
Projektbeginn: 01.04.2018
Projektende: 01.04.2020
Kleinschmit D, Giurca A

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Professur für Forst- und Umweltpolitik
Prof. Dr. Kleinschmit
Tennenbacher Str. 4
79106 Freiburg i. Br.

Telefon: 0761/203-3713
Fax: 0761/203-3705

  • Wallin I
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU) National Research Institute of Science and Technology for Environment and Agriculture (Irstea) Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) University of Padova, Department of Land, Environment, Agriculture and Forestry Technical University in Zvolen, Forestry Faculty, Chair of Forest Economics and Management (TUZ) University of Helsinki, Department of Forest Sciences (Group: Forest Bioeconomy, Business and Sustainability) Saint-Petersburg State Forest Technical University (SPBFTU)

  • European Forest Institute (EFI), Foerderverein


    bioeconomy, perception, forest-based, bio-based, discourses, consumers, market

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