How can the transition to the bioeconomy improve the social sustainability of forest workers?

A recently launched survey aims at better understanding how the transition to a bioeconomy can improve the social sustainability of forest products and services.

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Photo: planet_fox / Pixabay

A survey launched by Julia Virgolino from University College Dublin in partnership with Universidade Federal da Paraiba (Brazil) aims on building an understanding on the social implications embedded in the transition to a low-carbon economy by replacing fossil carbon with bio-based feedstocks. The survey is anonymous and aims at answers from forest workers, researchers, suppliers and entrepreneurs both in Europe and Brazil.

How can the transition to a bioeconomy improve the social sustainability of forest workers? Take the survey in less than 10 minutes, and tell about the importance of social issues in the forestry sector. Your opinion is very important to the research.

Take the survey