Policy Brief January 23: Wood in Focus

Innovation in the use of wood can support Germany’s transition to the bioeconomy (high and low tech, business model and social innovation). Footprints provide a complementary monitoring tool to ensure that the innovative potentials can be met, without exacerbating the risks (rebounds, conflicting incentives and forest loss and degradation). To achieve the value-added vision of the circular bioeconomy, seven key messages and measures are presented.

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Meghan Beck O’Brien
University of Kassel
E-Mail: meghan.beck-obrien[at]uni-kassel[dot]de