D5.1 Market scenarios for selected material uses of wood and bioenergy in the EU

D5.1 Market scenarios for selected material uses of wood and bioenergy in the EU

D5.1 creates plausible scenarios and projections for selected material uses of wood (construction and textile fibres), as well as bioenergy and biofuels. The deliverable follows complementary approaches, including partial equilibrium modelling (PRIMES and GLOBIOM) and elicitation of expert views. The market scenarios feed into the quantification of climate change mitigation potential and socio-economic effects (WP 5), as well as into broader analysis of synergies and trade-offs between forest ecosystem services (WP 6-7).

D5.1 Market scenarios for selected material uses of wood and bioenergy in the EU

D4.2 Report on socioeconomic variables

This report presents the collection of socioeconomic indicators to be tested in different analyses and modelling to assess employment opportunity, profitability of wood provisioning, and monetary values for recreational and cultural services. The list is selected based on existing studies and the models used in ForestNavigator. These indicators are categorized according to the main societal or economic aspects they cover. Attention is given to describing the planned use of each indicator, including spatial and temporal resolution, data sources, as well as adaptation needs to make the indicators operational within the modelling framework.

D5.1 Market scenarios for selected material uses of wood and bioenergy in the EU

D4.1 Report on the advanced biodiversity modelling framework

This report outlines the modelling framework to assess impacts of forest-based climate change mitigation pathways on forest biodiversity. It describes all included data sources, the data pre-processing, and outlines the individual modelling steps. Furthermore, it introduces the indicators used to quantify biodiversity.

D5.1 Market scenarios for selected material uses of wood and bioenergy in the EU

D3.1 Alternative forest management systems

This report presents a comprehensive database of forest management (FM) practices in the EU 27. Both current FM practices (curFM) and future alternatives (altFM), crucial for shaping forest policy pathways, for major forest types are covered. The altFMs consider measures addressing adaptation to climate change and evolving demands for ecosystem services, including forest biomass supply, biodiversity conservation and multifunctionality. This open access database emphasizes FM parameters valuable for practitioners, policymakers, and researchers involved in forest management decision-making.
The database combined various sources, including national guidelines, previous research projects, scientific literature, and experts’ opinion. The use of standardized terminology and machine-readable attributes make it easy to use in forest simulation model parametrization.
This Version 1 of the Adapt4Model database will be refined throughout the ForestNavigator project’s duration.

D5.1 Market scenarios for selected material uses of wood and bioenergy in the EU

D9.1 Concept of the ForestNavigator Portal

This report presents the conceptualization of the ForestNavigator portal and its components, namely the “Data Repository”, “Model Repository” and “Computing module”. These three components (together referred to as the platform) will host the data, models, and source codes from the ForestNavigator project, as well as workflows for data processing and model deployment. This platform will allow ForestNavigator researchers and external researchers to interoperate shared data and models, to reduce modelling cycles, and to increase the outreach of the project.