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Bioeconomy and ecosystem services – synergy or conflict? - Horizontal and vertical policy analysis, modelling and orchestration in practice
The final conference of ORCHESTRA COST action will focus on the interface between bioeconomy and ecosystem services. The topics include:
- how policy targets and measures related to bioeconomy and ecosystem services have been defined or could be defined at supranational, national and sub-national level ?
- how quantitative models have been used or could be used to support the selection of policy targets and/or measures related to bioeconomy and ecosystem services ?
- how actors, models and processes have been orchestrated or could be orchestrated to support the policy decisions related to bioeconomy and ecosystem services ?
Duncan Ray will present the research about ‘Simulation of ecosystem services under climate change from Scotland’s National Forest Estate: assessing policy implementation feasibility’ in the session on "Regional case studies" on Monday afternoon.
Dr. Michal Petr will present the research about ‘Action expiration chart integrating impact models with forest objectives to evaluate climate change adaptation options in New Forest, England’ in the session on "New means for orchestration" on Tuesday morning.