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EU Forest and Biodiversity Governance
- Helga Puelzl (European Forest Institute, Finland)
(In)Coherences of national forest policies in Europe; examples from Norway, Finland and Germany
- Marta Vergarechea (NIBIO, Norway)
EU climate change mitigation targets compromise forest ecosystem services and biodiversity
- Clemens Blattert (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
Policies impact on forest multifunctionality across Europe
- Astor Toraño Caicoya (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
Nordic forest governance shifts towards multi-functionality and non-regulatory approaches
- Nils Droste (Lund University, Sweden)
National timber harvest projections under the EU Green Deal and 2030 biodiversity strategy
- Fulvio Di Fulvio (IIASA, Austria)
Lessons to leverage policy coherence for forest multifunctionality and biodiversity
- Jani Lukkarinen (Finnish Environment Institute, Finland)