20 November 2017
       
   
 

SHAPE YOUR SUSTAINABILITY TOOLS
– and let your tools shape you

 

 


23-24 SEPTEMBER 2009, UPPSALA, SWEDEN

Presentations

Keynote speakers

  Concepts of and Challenges to Sustainability Assessment
Roger Sedjo, Resources for the Future
  The Forest-based Sector in the 21st Century
Andreas Kleinschmit von Lengefelt, Forest-based Sector Technology Platform
  Criteria and Indicators to Assess the Sustainability of the Forestry-Wood Chain Christopher Prins, UNECE/FAO Timber Committee
The Policy Framework of SIA – The Contribution of Research
Maria Gafo Gomez-Zamalloa, DG Enterprise and Industry,  European Commission
Closing Remarks
Astrid Kaemena

 


Sessions Topics 

PLENARIES
EFORWOOD – An Approach to Sustainability Impact Analysis for the Entire Forest-based Sector, Risto Päivinen, 
A Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment (ToSIA) of Forest-Wood Chains Linked with a Database of  sustainability Indicators Collected within the  EFORWOOD Project,  Marcus Lindner
ToSIA – A Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment of Forest-Wood Chains,  Tommi Suominen


THEME 1 | SUSTAINABILITY IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN A KNOWLEDGE-BASED BIO-ECONOMY 

Sustainability Indicator Development – Science or Political Negotiation?, Helga Pülzl
Concepts for a Common Implementation of Cost-Benefit Analysis and Multi-Criteria Analysis in Sustainability Impact Assessment,  Bernhard Wolfslehner
Natura 2000 and the Sustainability of the European Forest Sector, Maarit A. Kallio
Comparison of Spanish and Swedish Pulp Industries from an Environmental Perspective, Sara González García
Indisputable Key – Industrial Breakthrough of New Methods and Technologies in the Wood Industry
Gunnar Niblaeus
Analysis of Consumers, Wood-based Products and Substitutes in the Context of the Forestry-Wood Chain Sustainability Concept, including the Identification of Hot Spots, Beatrix Szirmay    

 THEME 2 |  METHODS FOR EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABILITY IMPACT FROM PROCESS TO SECTOR LEVEL

Agri-Environmental Footprint Index (AFI), Time Series and Participants vs Non-Participants in Agri-Environment Schemes, Jens Peter Vesterager
A Delphi Approach to Assess the Impacts of Forest Management on the Recreational Value of European Forests, David Edwards
Forest Resource Databases with Properties of wood and Potential Products for Improved Raw Material Allocation and Sustainability, Sven-Olof Lundqvist
Systems Analysis and Sustainability Impact Assessment – A Dynamic and Flexible Method, Diana Vötter    

 THEME 3 | CASE STUDY APPLICATIONS IN SUSTAINABILITY IMPACT- ASSESSMENT

Baden-Württemberg’s Forest and Timber Industries – Sustainability Impact Assessment for the Present and the Future, Franka Brüchert
Scandinavian Case Study – A Technology-driven Utilisation of the Forests, Erik Valinger
An Application of Cost-Benefit Analysis for Sustainability Impact Assessment of Forest-Wood Chains: An Example Employing The Baden- Württemberg FWC, Irina Prokofieva, Bo Thorsen
Optimising Resource Efficiency and Carbon Intensity in the Wood Processing Sector in Austria, Alfred Teischinger
Allocation Effects on Sustainability within a Solid Wood Chain – A Case Study in South Scotland, Barry Gardiner
SIMPLOT: The Regional Simulator for Eucalyptus Forests in Portugal, Susana Barreiro
Zoning as an Instrument for Sustainable Development and Exploitation of Mountainous Areas, Vasileios C. Drosos

THEME 4 | SCENARIO ANALYSIS OF THE FOREST-BASED SECTOR AND PARTS THEREOF

Climate Implications of Increased Wood Use in the Construction Sector – Towards an Integrated Modelling Framework, Ljusk Ola Eriksson
Modelling Carbon Accumulation in Wood Products, Ana Cláudia Dias
Scenario Analysis of Fuel-Pellet Production – The Influence of Torrefaction on Material Flows and Energy Balances, Margareta Wihersaari
Impacts of Different Natura 2000 Implementation Levels on European Forest Resources, Mart-Jan Schelhaas
The EU Wood Chain in a Globalised World – The Impact of Trade and Policy Factors on the Sustainability of Wood Chains between the EU and Developing Countries, Eric Arets

 


 

 

List of Posters by conference themes

 

Poster Session 


THEME 1 | SUSTAINABILITY IMPACT ASSESSMENT IN A KNOWLEDGE-BASED BIO-ECONOMY

 
Towards Integrated Sustainability Assessment for Energetic  Use of Biomass: A State of the Art Evaluation of  Assessment  Tools, V. Buytaert
EDUBO: A Standard of Quantitative Indicators for the Monitoring and Evaluation of the Ecological Aspects of
Sustainable Forest Management at the Stand Level, Wouter Maes
Comparing the Sustainability of using a Non-Renewable Oil Based Material in an Absorbent Hygiene Product with that  of using a Renewable Wood Based Material, Gunilla Clancy
Future National Roundwood Potentials in Germany According  to Different Forest Management Objectives, 
Rüdiger Hildebrand
Incorporating the Institutional Dimension Into Sustainability Impact Assessment for an Advanced Sustainability Analysis of the Forest-Wood Chain,  Thomas Vogelpohl
Impact of the Global Economy and Future Scenarios for the Forest Sector on the EU Wood Chain,
Alexander Moiseyev

 THEME 2 | METHODS FOR EVALUATION OF SUSTAINABILITY IMPACT FROM PROCESS TO SECTOR LEVEL

Pimp your landscape – a cellular automaton-based tool to evaluate the impact of planning measures on sustainable  landscape development, Christine Fürst
Sustainability Assessment of Wood Products: A Comparison of the Methods Ecological Footprint, MIPS and the
Sustainability Impact Assessment Approach of Eforwood
, Ariane Messner
Implementing a Participatory Multi-Criteria Evaluation Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment of Forest-Wood Chains, Bernhard Wolfslehner
Successful Interaction with Stakeholders: Using Roadshows as  a ‘Sustainable’ Approach, Christian Gamborg
Sustainability Impact Assessment of Alternative Small and Large-Scale Bio-Energy Chains, Diana Vötter
Economic and Environmental Improvements to Wood  Supply in the Context of Whole Forest-Wood Chains by Means of Operative Predictions of Costs and Benefits in Monetary,  Environmental and Working-Hour Units – A Connection Between Eforwood and Indisputable Key, Lars Wilhelmsson
How to Deal with Transport within the FWC, Jean-Baptiste Chesneau
Economic valuation of the impacts of intensified biomass production and biodiversity protection on forest land use in Europe, Pieter Johannes Verkerk

 THEME 3 | CASE STUDY APPLICATIONS IN SUSTAINABILITY IMPACT- ASSESSMENT

 
Forest Certification (FSC, PEFC) as a Tool to Evaluate the Sustainability of Forestry – A Case Study from Poland 
Jarosław Oktaba
The Greenhouse Gas Balance of the Eucalyptus and Maritime Pine Forest Sectors in Portugal, Ana Cláudia Dias
Assessing the Sustainability Impacts of the Setting Aside of Forest Areas in a Regional Forest-Wood Chain (FWC) in  Baden-Württemberg (Germany) using ToSIA and a Multi-Criteria Analysis (MCA) Method,
Clemens Kurth
Improve the Environmental Value of Forest Using Financial Incentives: An Italian Case Study, Francesco Carbone
3Uses of Biodiversity Indicators by Forestry Actors in the  Context of Sustainable Forest Management in the Southwest of France, Jean Paul Guyon
Evaluation of the Forest Infrastructure Development in Mountainous Greek Forests Using Multi-Criteria Analyses
Vasileios C. Drosos
Implementation of Environmentally Sound Forest Road Construction in Sensitive Greek Mediterranean Forests
Vasileios C. Drosos
Multiple Impact Assessment of Forest Projects in the Context of Sustainable Development: A Cross-Country Application of Forest Projects in Mountain Mediterranean Forest Areas, Vassiliki Kazan
Risks for European Forests under new Management Alternatives: A Multi-Criteria Analysis, Hervé Jactel,
Comparing the Life Cycle Environmental Performance of Biodiesel Production from Tropical Biofuel Trees: Jatropha and Oil Palm, Wouter MJ Achten
High Resolution Tree Species Map of European Forests, Geerten Hengeveld
High Resolution Forest C-Balance Estimation, Geerten M. Hengeveld
Labour Requirement, Costs and Environmental Impact of  Harvesting Operations Evaluated in the Eforwood Case Studies, Staffan Berg
How to Apply the Tool for Sustainability Impact Assessment (ToSIA) – Case Study Examples, Wendelin Werhahn-Mees

 THEME 4 | SCENARIO ANALYSIS OF THE FOREST-BASED SECTOR AND PARTS THEREOF

Future National Carbon Potentials According to Different Forest Management Objectives for Germany
Konstantin Olschofsky
Assessment of Alternative Global Wood Production Scenarios on Meeting Future Wood Demand While Minimising Biodiversity Loss and Carbon Emissions, Mark van Oorschot
Consideration of Carbon Storage in Harvested Wood Products under a Post-2012 Climate Regime, 
Sebastian Rüter

 

 
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