Innovation in Forestry Territorial and Value Chain Relationships Edited by Gerhard Weiss, Davide Pettenella, Pekka Ollonqvist and Bill Slee Innovation is increasingly recognized as a key factor in environmental protection and sustainable development in forestry and forest-based industries. This volume provides a comprehensive theoretical foundation for the analysis of innovation processes and policies in a traditional, rural sector as well as presenting empirical analyses of innovation processes from major innovation areas. Innovative solutions are analysed in wood-related value chains, including timber-frame construction, furniture, bio-energy and forest transportation. Territorial services of the forest sector are examined, including various types of forest ecosystem services such as carbon sequestration, non-wood products and recreation. Innovation in Forestry is essential reading for researchers and policy makers in forestry and environmental sciences.... by Formula 1 teams during a Grand Prix season (estimated in 1997 to be around 20, 000 t of CO2; Trabesinger, 2007). ... Another problem is the interference with the regulated Kyoto market: since most European countries are listed in Annexanbsp;...
|Title||:||Innovation in Forestry|
|Author||:||Gerhard Weiss, Davide Pettenella, Pekka Ollonqvist, Bill Slee|
|Publisher||:||CABI - 2011|