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Forest biomass is considered a key resource in moving towards global renewable energy goals. Energy generated from wood or forestry by-products can exist in a bioenergy cycle, which is largely carbon neutral and sustainable, while simultaneously reducing waste from other forestry processes.

ROSEWOOD Map Viewer: best practices and innovations for the forestry community

The European H2020 initiative ROSEWOOD, which aims at mobilising more wood and offering a major opportunity for Europe develop a sustainable biobased...

Predoctoral fellow on forest mechanisation & harvesting

The Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia (CTFC) opens a vacancy for a predoctoral fellow on forest mechanisation and harvesting for...

New Date! First Forum on Biomass in Catalonia

2 April 2019 in Solsona, Spain. The Director of the Strategic Committee to promote the use of...



Wild forest products can help propel green growth in Europe

Wild forest products such as cork, natural resins, mushrooms, medicinal plants, nuts and berries have huge potential to contribute to green growth...