23 September 2017
       
   
Case Studies
  A “Case” is defined by multiple FWCs originating in a region (e.g. Scandinavian production driven case) finally consumed in a region (e.g. Iberian consumption driven case) or limited to a region both by wood origin, processing and consumption (e.g. Baden Württemberg regional case). Case studies are composed of several, partly interlinked FWCs (level of aggregation might differ from the single FWCs).
Scandinavian Case

The “Scandinavian case study” is forest defined and aims to describe the network of the forestry-wood chains in Västerbotten, Sweden including exports out from the region.


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Iberian Case

 


The objective is to develop case study of the Iberian market of wood based products addressed to its implementation to ToSIA. The approach is market driven so main focus of the case study will consider final products as end-users know them for wood-based, fibre-based and bioenergy goods.

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Baden Württemberg Case

 

This case study is regional defined and aims to describe the network of forestry-wood chains in Baden-Württemberg including imports into the region and exports out of the region and  cross-links between the different production lines of sawmilling, pulp & paper and the bioenergy sector.

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LATEST PUBLIC RESULTS

Internet database on forest models
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A technical report documenting the results of the MCA and CBA procedures for a regional-defined single chain in Baden-Wurttemberg
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Summary analysis report on consumers, wood based products and substitutes in the light of the forestry-wood chain sustainability concept including the identification of hot spots
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