The organizers seek abstracts and presentations in the following fields:
- Managerial economics and accounting as a base for decision making
- Monitoring, modelling and accounting tools for evaluating climate damages, forest degradation and deforestation, habitat functions and management options.
- Data generation, data and benchmarking systems as a basis for decision making
- Decision support systems for adaptation to shifting framework conditions
- Climate change impact assessment
- Assessments of forest damage after calamities and extreme weather events
- Effects of adaptation strategies to climate change on forestry, timber industry and bioeconomy
- Policy impact assessment
- Effects of nature protection strategies and other strategies for safeguarding forest ecosystem services on forestry, timber industry and bioeconomy
- Effects of forest- and timber-related policies and regulations on forestry and forest value-chains
- Payments for ecosystem services - assessment and accounting
- Forests and society
- Role of (small-scale) forest enterprises / forest owner associations in a changing world
- Inclusion of environmental, cultural and social aspects of forestry in economic accounting
- Evaluation of conflicting societal demands on forests and forestry
- Forestry and rural areas - employment in the forestry sector
- Effects of the Covid19-Pandemic on forestry and forest owners
- Value chains
- Innovations and knowledge building for maintaining sustainable forest management
- Traceability of forest products, e.g. deforestation free value chains, FLEGT/EUTR, etc.
- CO2-footprints of forest products and value-chains
- Digitization in forestry
- Transdisciplinary research in these fields
- The organizers aim to publish a special issue of peer reviewed conference papers and are currently checking possibilities at different journals.
More information will follow on this website soon.
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