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Towards a Sustainable Bioeconomy – Detailed programme for the scientific sessions

Session 1: Transition towards bioeconomy: changing production systems and consumption patterns

Session chair: Marcus Lindner, Head of Programme Sustainability and Climate Change, European Forest Institute

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Salvatore Martire

European Forest Institute, Finland

Wood flow modelling for a more sustainable regional forest-based sector

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Luc Pelkmans

VITO, Biobased Economy, Belgium

Strategies towards a resource-efficient biobased economy – benchmarking country approaches

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Tiina Härkäsalmi

Aalto University, Finland

System design for circular Bioeconomy. Case: Biocycles of linseed flax reinforced biocomposites

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Oludunsin Arodudu

Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Germany

Sustainability of agro-bioenergy land use: industrial agriculture vs. ecological agriculture

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Elias Hurmekoski

European Forest Institute, Finland

Context, drivers and tensions for the market potential of wood construction in Europe

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Gert-Jan Nabuurs

Wageningen University, the Netherlands

New perspectives on the role of the Dutch forest sector in the EU Bioeconomy

Presentation

 

Session 2: Innovative climate change mitigation strategies for the forest-based sector

Session chair: Gert-Jan Nabuurs, Special Professor European Forest Resources, Wageningen University

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Gediminas Jasinevičius

European Forest Institute, Finland

Carbon storage in harvested wood products to mitigate climate change

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Raghu KC

Lappeenranta University of Technology

Impact of forest management regimes and forest supply chain on carbon emissions

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Pau Brunet Navarro

Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Germany

Introducing cascade use in wood product models

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Giuseppe Cardellini

KU Leuven, Belgium

The climate impact and mitigation potential of the European forestry-wood chain

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 Anna Liza Bais

Alpen-Adria University, Austria

Assessment of impacts of cascading in the wood sector based on global wood biomass flows account

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Session 3: Assessing sustainability in forestry, agriculture and related bioenergy systems

Session chair: Ottar Michelsen, Senior Adviser, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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Hannes Böttcher

Institute for Applied Ecology, Germany

Assessing direct and indirect environmental impacts of alternative EU bioenergy policy scenarios

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Tommi Suominen

European Forest Institute, Finland

An application of ToSIA for Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment of biomass utilisation in alternative forest-based value chains

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Jakob Hildebrandt

The Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), Germany

Overriding goals for achieving multi-stakeholder benefits in a wood-based Bioeconomy region: Insights from the development of a MCDA tool

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Leire Iriarte

International Institute for Sustainability Analysis and Strategy (IINAS)

Approach to evaluating sustainability of lignocellulosic biomass delivery pathways within the S2BIOM project

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Martha Demertzi

University of Aviero, Portugal

Carbon footprint of the cork oak sector

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Qianyu Li

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

Evaluating land use impacts on bioproductive land depletion in life cycle assessment

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Heather Davidson

Technological Institute for Forest Cellulose, Construction-wood and Furniture (FCBA), France

Assessing business sustainability practices: Methodological guidance in simplifying LCA and evaluating triple bottom line principles using parametric modelling

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Alexandra Langner

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Austria

Value-based trade-offs between ecosystem services from European mountain forests

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Giuseppe Cardellini

KU Leuven, Belgium

A new Dynamic Life Cycle Assessment methodology to deal with biogenic carbon fluxes and temporary carbon sequestration

Speed talk

Jakob Hildebrandt

The Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), Germany

Developing a LCA approach to assess wood-based production system in a bioeconomy region in Germany

Speed talk

Salvatore Martire

European Forest Institute, Finland

A widely usable framework to calculate indicators for sustainability assessment of bio-based supply chains

Speed talk

Oludunsin Arodudu

Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Germany

Sustainability assessment of agro-bioenergy land use: a combined life cycle-participatory approach

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Session 4: Optimal forest operations for a sustainable biomass supply

Session chair: Richard D. Bergman, Research Forest Products Technologist, USDA Forest Service

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Richard D. Bergman

USDA Forest Service, USA

Life cycle impacts of the wood supply chain

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Frank Müller

Technological Institute for Forest Cellulose, Construction-wood and Furniture (FCBA), France

Collaborative logistics in the French forest based sector (FFBS) – opportunity or dead end?

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Teresa de la Fuente

The Forestry Research Institute of Sweden Skogforsk

Fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of wood supply chains to future biorefineries in Northern Sweden: A comparative analysis between innovative and conventional systems

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Dmitriy Danilov

State Research Enterprise, Leningrad Research Institute for Applied Agricultural Science

Growing tree plantations of pine and spruce on the grounds postagrogenic Northwest Europe

Speed talk

 

 Session 5: Environmental challenges for the Bioeconomy

Session chair: Tiina Pajula, Principal Scientist, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.

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Genevieve Mortimer

Thünen Institute of International Forestry and Forest Economics, Germany

Business planning for unintended consequences of the bioeconomy - good intentions aren't enough

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Anne Roedl

Thünen Institute, Germany

Extending LCA method to assess and compare water use of biological and technical production systems

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Francesca Santaniello

The Forestry Research Institute of Sweden Skogforsk

Tree retention as a conservation strategy in managed boreal forest. Dead wood diversity, economic return and impact on logging productivity

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Ottar Michelsen

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Building consensus for assessing land use impacts on biodiversity: Contribution of UNEP/SETAC’s Life Cycle Initiative

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Alexandru Giurca

University of Freiburg, Germany

Towards a sustainable Bioeconomy: integrating environmental concerns in Germany’s Bioeconomy discourse

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Nicholas Clarke

Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research

Influence of different tree-harvesting intensities on forest soil carbon stocks in boreal and northern temperate forest ecosystems

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Session 6: Economic and social challenges for the Bioeconomy

Session chair: Dr. Jean-Luc Peyron, Managing Director, ECOFOR

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Presentation (15 min.) / Speed talk (1 min.)

Alessandro Paletto

Council for Agricultural Research and Economics (CREA), Italy

Tbc

Presentation

Päivi Pelli

University of Eastern Finland

Rethinking service logics in forest-based Bioeconomy

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Nadine Pannicke

The Hemholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Germany

The political economy of fostering a wood-based Bioeconomy in Germany

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Irmeli Mustalahti

University of Eastern Finland

Responsive Bio-economy: Interaction of states, citizens and corporations in everyday practices of forest governance

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Anna Harnmeijer

MHG Systems, Finland

Tbc

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Elena Gorriz

Forest Sciences Centre of Catalonia (CTFC), Spain

Tbc

Speed talk

Mihail Hanzu

National Institute for Research-Development and Forest Management "Marin Drăcea", Romania

Holistic indicator for optimal forest governance

Speed talk

Sabaheta Ramcilovic-Suominen

University of Eastern Finland

Sustainability – A ‘selling point’ of the emerging EU Bioeconomy?

Speed talk

Maxim Trishkin

University of Eastern Finland

Root-identification of bioenergy conflicts in developing countries

Speed talk

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