This theme includes research on the provision of green services, landscape valuation, rural policy modelling and land use analysis. Within this theme, new opportunities for Bioeconomy research relate to land use and multifunctionality of rural areas under conditions of increasing competition for land and natural resources.
- Measuring the Bioeconomy
BioMonitor, project number: 773297
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