The focus of the conference is on the multiple-functions of forests in future bioeconomy (e.g., society’s mitigation and adaptation to climate change, biobased products, and forest-based innovations)
Participation of young persons with a keen interest in forests, from each country in the Barents region is essential. Therefore, if are you between the ages of 18-30 (approx.), from the region (
We have pre-booked rooms at some hotels in Umeå. The blocked rooms are not available through other booking channels, only by the options stated with hotel presentation below. Room reservation is made
A research school in collaboration between the Department of Forest Economics and the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Environmental Studies.
Here you will find more information about the speakers, practical arrangements, organizers, partners and scientific conference committee. Venue The conference is held at Research Centre CEASAR. For
This page is continously updated with the latest information about the conference.
Decisions involving scarce resources is a common definition of economics. The research area Economics is usually divided into Business Economics and Economics. The research at the Department within
SLU is a partner in this European cooperation network supported by the European Forest Institute. The project consists of an international team of social scientists investigating societal perceptions
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. The staff is linked to the
Here you find a list of publications from the Department, listed in SLU's publication database SLUpub. Scroll to view the full list.
The Department both run and partake in several larger and smaller, national and international research projects. Below are some of our active projects. Research projects with website Baltic ForBio
The Department offers courses all year round. Reoccurring courses are for instance; Stated Preference Method and R programming. The research school ECOS and CERE also offers courses. See current