05 October 2014 - 11 October 2014
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Forests and trees provide a wide range of environmental, economic, social and cultural benefits to people in rural communities and urban centers worldwide. Their conservation and sustainable management are closely linked to globally important societal challenges related to environmental protection, sustainable economic development, food security, human health, water and energy resource provision, and climate change. The best available scientific knowledge is needed to effectively address these issues at multiple scales (locally, regionally and globally) and provide a strong basis for forest and forest landscape management practices and policy decisions.
The scientific program for the IUFRO 2014 World Congress will bring together scientists of all ages, from throughout the world, across the full range of forest-related disciplines, who are engaged in research, education and application of science-based knowledge to address these challenges and meet the changing needs of our increasingly globalized society.
Several of IIASA's ESM Scientists will be attending the IUFRO World Congress and will be giving presentations.
Florian Kraxner will be organizing the sessions: International to Local Forest Governance: Taking Stock of Theories, Methodologies and Findings, parts I & II.
Florian Kraxner will also be organizing and chairing the session along with Sabine Fuss: Global and regional deployment of Biomass & CCS (BECCS): Reconciling top-down and bottom-up approaches and REDD+BECCS Nexus.
Florian Kraxner will be organizing and chairing the session: Addressing The Drivers Of Deforestation: Exploring Synergies Between REDD+ And Forest Policy.
|Presentations and Poster Presentations|
|Forest Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services|
|Forest Management for Wildlife Conservation|
|Anu Korosuo||Presentation: Long-Term Effects Of Forest Management On Reindeer Grazing In Northern Sweden: A Scenario Analysis Approach|
|The Benefits of Introducing the Ecosystem Service Concept in Forest Management and Planning at Different Spatial Scales|
|Sabine Fuss||Presentation: Spatial Modeling Of Ecological-Economic Tradeoffs: Bioenergy |
Production And Biodiversity Conservation In The Alps
|What Future for Tropical Silviculture|
|Stephan Pietsch||Presentation: Past, Presence And Possible Futures Of The Western Congolian Lowland Rainforest (WCLRF)|
|Forests for People|
|International to Local Forest Governance: Taking Stock of Theories, Methodologies and Findings (I & II)|
|Florian Kraxner ||Session organizer. Presentation: Forest Relevant Actions to the Three Rio Conventions|
|Forest And Climate Change|
|Addressing The Drivers Of Deforestation: Exploring Synergies Between REDD+ And Forest Policy.|
|Stephan Pietsch||Presentation: Carbon Offsetting By Small Holder Farmers In The Congo Basin: Economic And Policy Constraints|
|Forests, Fire and Climate Change Dynamics|
|Nikolay Khabarov||Presentation: Forest Fires and Adaptation Options in Europe|
|Forest Management Options to Tackle Climate Change|
|Anatoly Shvidenko||Presentation: Future of Russian forests: a need of transformative adaptation?|
|Modeling and Simulation Systems|
|Nikolay Khabarov||Presentation: REDD Options as a Risk Management Instrument under Policy Uncertainty and Market Volatility|
|Forests and Forest Production for a Greener Future|
|Contributions of Business and Marketing to a Greener Future|
|Florian Kraxner||Presentation: Global Forest Management Certification – Future Development Potentials|
|Forest Biomass and Energy|
|Global and regional deployment of Biomass & CCS (BECCS): Reconciling top-down and bottom-up approaches and REDD+BECCS Nexus.|
|Florian Kraxner ||Session organizer and chair, Presentation: Principles Of BECCS - Regional And National Case Studies – Assessing The Potentials|
|Sabine Fuss||Session chair, Presentation: BECCS+REDD: Synergies Between Bioenergy-Based Climate Change |
|Dmitry Schepaschenko||Presentation: Towards a global biomass baseline map for the year 2000 to meet REDD+ policy requirements|
|Dmitry Schepaschenko||Presentation: Global forest map: exploring the synergy of remote sensing, crowd sourcing and statistics|
|Manahan Parlindungan Saragih||Presentation: The Potential Of REDD+BECCS Nexus For Selected Provinces In Indonesia. |
|Anatoly Shvidenko||A system for assessing live biomass of Northern Eurasian forests: methodology, models, results, and uncertainties|
|Manahan Parlindungan Saragih||Developing an integrated REDD+ policy package to effectively address deforestation in Indonesia.|
|Andrey Krasovskii||Discount Options as a Financial Instrument Supporting REDD+|
|Michael Obersteiner||Addressing The Drivers Of Deforestation: Exploring Synergies Between REDD+ And Forest Policy.|
|Stephan Pietsch, Carmen M. Schmid||Poster presentation: AgriCarb: an option for rural development in Gabon|
|Stephan Pietsch||Poster presentation: Characteristics, Structure, and Tree Species Diversity of a Tropical Exploitation Forest after 40 Years of Regeneration.|
Last edited: 10 November 2014
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