Discover how the forest-based bioeconomy can contribute to mitigating climate change through carbon storage and material substitution.
Nature-based climate solutions should look beyond forests for opportunities in open ecosystems.
Natural resources including wildlife can be real assets to support the economy. In this sector, Africa has a huge potential.
BIOPAMA Team highlights the importance of forest monitoring, the use of Earth Observation and the role of BIOPAMA Programme on forest conservation.
EU forests are expanding, and EU scientists balance wood provision with other ecosystem services for a sustainable circular bioeconomy.
EU scientists have set up a monitoring station that measures the oxygen/carbon dioxide exchange at ground level and in the air, 36-metre above the trees at the JRC Ispra site.