An analysis of the opportunities and burdens associated to a forest-based bioeconomy in sub-Saharan Africa from a social sustainability standpoint
In this review I examine the opportunities and burdens associated to a forest-based bioeconomy in sub-Saharan Africa.
Sustainability in Finnish forest policies – and what that means for a Finnish forest-based bioeconomy
This master thesis explores sustainability discourses and framings in Finnish forestry and forest-related legislation to consider how the spirit...
Local democracy in forest governance? Why not!
In this blog, Mawa Karambiri (PhD) discusses her dissertation work on democracy in local forest governance
UNFCCC COP 25 side event: Ensuring permanence of efforts to halt deforestation: the power of numbers under changing politics
Professor Maria Brockhaus from International Forest Policy group is co-organizing side event " Ensuring permanence of efforts to halt...
Public Seminar with Prof. Arun Agrawal: Strengthening Sustainability Science for Sustainable Development
Strengthening Sustainability Science for Sustainable Development– Conducting research on forests and the environment in contested spaces in the...
My CIFOR visit
Maria Ojanen, A PhD student in the international forest policy group visited CIFOR, the Center for International Forestry Research for her...
Day at the Museum
International Forest Policy research group visited The Finnish Forestry Museum Lusto and several privately owned forests around the South Savo.
Interested in working with us?
There are currently two themes within our EU research project that can be further explored by master/PhD students.