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Department of Forest Economics

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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

Prefabricering och lagkrav kan snabba på omställning från betong till trä i höghus

Konsumenterna själva ser stora klimatfördelar med att bygga högt i trä så varför utvecklas marknaden så långsamt? Bygga höghus i trä var länge olagligt och det påverkar än idag omställningen till att


The Department partake in many different collaboration and networks nationally and internationally. Below we list a few, learn more about them by following the links. Most of the staff is linked to

Barents Forest Forum 2019

The Barents region in a biobased future October 15-17, 2019 Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences The Barents Forest Forum is a cooperation platform for forest sector stakeholders in the

Licentiate seminar Emil Nagy

Wooden multi-storey construction market development in Sweden charlotta.bergstrom@slu.se Emil Nagy defends his thesis "Wooden multi-storey construction market development in Sweden" on June 9 2023.

DT Exhibition

The work of the SLU-led Drylands Transform project is one out of eleven research areas that has been chosen to be featured in a photo exhibition at SLU. The photography exhibition 'An Eye for Science

DT film from IGAD

One of our collaborating partners in Drylands Transform is the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD). Their work on dissemination of project activities is ongoing and has among other

DT Caroline Kawira

East Africa is currently facing its worst famine in decades and over 50 million people are affected. The drought-affected areas are worst hit and this is where the SLU-led project Drylands Transform

Drylands Josefine Krueger

When doing my master’s degree in Global Studies at University of Gothenburg, I attended a course on adaptation to climate change organized by Per Knutsson who is one of the social scientists in the

Drylands Theresa Sänger

Last year, I took a course lectured by Per Knutson and, in the context of this, got to know about the Drylands Transform Project. The project with its different objectives and interdisciplinary

CERE sem: Jurate Jaraite

mona.bonta.bergman@slu.se Department of Economics, Umeå School of Business, Economics and Statistics, Umeå University, Vilnius University Title: Behavioral Interventions and Market Efficiency: The

UF seed funding -- Urban Forestscapes

SLU Urban Futures' hub in Umeå issues seed funding grants that support efforts to strengthen SLU’s interdisciplinary expertise on urban forestscapes. This call is open to all researchers at SLU, and