The demand for wood has increased in recent years due to new technical possibilities and environmental concerns. This paper provides an analysis of the factors that affect the use of wood in the construction sector, and an assessment of their importance in individual countries and for groups of stakeholders.
Finland’s Bioeconomy Strategy 2022-2035 aims to double the added value of bioeconomy in an ecologically, socially and economically sustainable manner and to make Finland climate neutral by 2035.
Enabling substitution by wood-based products and contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals.
Coordinated action for the building and construction sector to tackle embodied carbon.
The forest and agricultural industries are two of the Nordic region’s most gender-segregated sectors. The method manual is an accessible guide for teachers and students to integrate digital issues from a gender perspective into forest and agricultural education.
Guidance note on monitoring the sustainability of the bioeconomy at a country or macro-regional level
The guidance note describes a series of general steps to establish an effective and robust system to monitor the sustainability of the bioeconomy in a given country or macro-region. This note builds on lessons learned from existing experiences of national and macro-regional bioeconomy monitoring systems.
A Financial Times video shows that the transformation of wood into bio-based textile fibres has the potential to make the fashion industry more sustainable.
The role of Climate Smart Forestry and how it can help to mitigate the EU’s CO2 emissions up to 20% by 2050.
How could a bio-based circular economy can be the engine needed to address the major environmental and social challenges that threaten the well-being of existing and future generations.
The State Forestry Administration of North Rhine-Westphalia provides in this repository a series of materials in German on sustainability, environment, and forest-related topics.
Collection of bioeconomy related teaching resources which educators can use to introduce the concept of bioeconomy in their classrooms as a trigger to raise student interest in science subjects and their awareness of important societal challenges.
The Knowledge Centre for Bioeconomy is a European Commission initiative on better knowledge management for policymaking on the bioeconomy.