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Department of Forest Economics


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Pre-testing of household survey in Uganda

Earlier this year, four members of Drylands Transform were together in the field sites in Uganda conducting a pre-test of the household survey that is planned for June. The team was broad in their

Barents Forest Forum 2019

The Barents region in a biobased future October 15-17, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences The Barents Forest Forum is a cooperation platform for forest sector stakeholders in the Barents

fes.conference-2020

This page is continously updated with the latest information about the conference. Registration is now closed. Please note: Registration on site is not possible due to limited capacity. (Picture

POLYFORES

Sustainable forests for the society of the future. A research programme with focus on descion-making support for Forest Ecosystem Services in Europe.

Tree based value chains in Africa

The project analyze tree based value chains in Sub Saharan Africa for sustainable development and improved livelihoods.

Baltic ForBio

Baltic ForBio is a EU-funded project for increased production of renewable energy, improved institutional capacity of public authorities and relevant organizations for promoting harvest and use of

Department of Forest Economics

Natural resources in general and especially forests are central to the research, education and cooperation being conducted within the areas of natural resource economics, forest economics, forest

Margeret Nyaga – a rangeland scientist

Margeret Nyaga was one of the first PhD students to be engaged in the project and she is already in the middle of her data collection in the field. Margeret holds a Master of Science degree in Range

Celebrating with tree planting

Ingrid Öborn, Gert Nyberg and Ewa Wredle were lucky to visit University of Nairobi on the International Day of Forests, which meant that they were invited to plant 10 trees in the campus of the

KnockOnWood

Wooden multi-story construction (WMC) has strong potential to satisfy diverse housing needs of urban consumers, enhance promotion of climate-wise construction within municipalities, and boost

(Un)taming urban forests, wildlife, and Indigenous peoples: Mumbai's Aarey

(Un)taming urban forests, wildlife, and Indigenous peoples: Mumbai’s Aarey teresia.borgman@slu.se The webinar series on urban forests, arranged by SLU Urban Futures and Future Forests, continues

Urban forests: Assessing the distribution of trees outside woodlands and their contribution to carbon sequestration

Trees outside woodlands and their contribution to carbon sequestration teresia.borgman@slu.se The webinar series on urban forests, arranged by SLU Urban Futures and Future Forests, continues with a

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