More fodder for the oven? COOL final conference

More fodder for the oven?

Dealing with forest related conflicts arising from the production and use of energy wood in Europe

COOL project session on the conference Bioenergy from Forest
16 Sept 2014 in Helsinki, Finland

Programme

14:00 COmpeting uses of fOrest Land (COOL) Project Session Welcome & Introduction
Dr. Kristina Gross, PTJ Jülich, WoodWisdom-Net & Dr. Regina Rhodius, Chair of Forest and Environmental Policy (IFP), University of Freiburg, Germany
14:10 Managing Forests for Bioenergy: Current Practices in Five European Countries
Elena Górriz, Forest Sciences Center of Catalonia (CTFC), Spain
14:25 Policies on Forest-Based Bioenergy – an Explorative Study Across Five European Countries
Dr. Berit H. Lindstad, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), Department of Ecology and Natural Resource Management
14:40 Stakeholders’ Perceptions on Conflicts and Synergies in the Context of the Production of Energy Wood from Forests
Dörte Marie Peters, Chair of Forest and Environmental Policy (IFP), University of Freiburg & Tina Wirth, Forest Research Institute of Baden-Wuerttemberg (FVA), Germany
14:55 Forest-Based Bioenergy from the Stakeholder Perspective – a SWOT Aalysis
Dr. Mikko Kurttila, Finnish Forest Research Institute (METLA)
15:10 Conclusion: Future Options for Forest Biomass in Europe
Dr. Regina Rhodius, Chair of Forest and Environmental Policy (IFP), University of Freiburg, Germany
15:30 Coffee Break
16:30 Panel Discussion: Future Options for Forest Biomass in Europe
  • Fernando Pradells, REMUFOR (Municipal Forest Owners Federation), Spain
  • Dr. Nike Krajnc, Slovenian Forestry Institute
  • Professor Antti Asikainen, Finnish Forest Research Institute (METLA)
  • Imke Lübbeke, Senior Policy Officer Renewable Energy from WWF European Policy Office
  • Anssi Kainulainen, Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners Finland (MTK) and Confederation of European Forest Owners (CEPF)
Facilitation: Prof. Dr. Lidija Zadnik Stirn, Department of Forestry and Renewable Forest Resources, University of Ljubljana (ULJ), Slovenia

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