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Challenges
SFM under threat by open and global market,
economies of scale fail, changes to maintain
multipurpose forestry are necessary
(2) Strengthen coherence between EU-policies and
EU and Member States to establish adequate
monitoring mechanisms
(3) Good governance is a prerequisite. It is
established by participatory and collaborative
policy formulation. Review and strengthen the
consultation structures in forestry
(4) Firmly continue to support int. commitments for
SFM at global level
A more coherent and proactive approach is needed
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Shared vision of the forest sector
Shared understanding what forests can
contribute to modern society
Clear objectives for regular monitoring
and stocktaking
Bring together thematic, horizontal and
cross-sectoral policy initiatives
Providing an EU Action Plan for SFM
2006
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Socio-economic issues
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Environmental issues
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(competitiveness, valuation of
social and environmental goods and services)
(climate change, forest fires,
water, biodiversity conservation)
Use of wood as an energy source
Information on wood as a renewable and
environmentally friendly resource
Governance issues
Horizontal activities (research, training, forest
statistics, monitoring)
Robinwood
conference
Various types of stakeholders with different
values and preferences towards forests
Forests for
society
Long-term
multifunctional
forestry
Maintain the potential to fulfill
future generation’s needs
Stewardship and management
Fulfilling societal
needs
Directly expressed by the stakeholders,
market behavior of the consumers,
participatory governance, political
processes
RWs Strengths
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Different stakeholders (forest administration, regional
planning, environmental protection) from different
regions (Wales, Brandenburg, Slovakia, Liguria, Murcia) with
different forests (wet, dry, flat, steep…)
Searching for integration of economic,
environmental and social aspects in the
development of their forests
Having experience in participatory
procedures, initiatives for sustainable
development, tailored support schemes
Working with 41 partners
From forest owners, public authorities, associations,
promoters, universities, institutes, consultants
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On fire prevention, climate resistance,
biodiversity, flood prevention, Natura
2000 practices
Education, private forest owner
integration, promotion
Sustainable forest management, forest
certification, agro-forestry, statistics
Product development, public
procurement, wood fuel
Evaluation and implementation of RES
applications
Some impulses for the conference
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What are the benefits of our forests for
our society?
Who pays for the benefits, who bears
the costs?
What is the relation between the society
(common responsibility) and the owner
(personal responsibility)?
How do we balance economy, environment and social aspects?
How does forestry gain competitiveness

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