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Assessment of Forestry Sector's strategies for biodiversity conservation
Transcript of Assessment of Forestry Sector's strategies for biodiversity conservation
Natalia Lutti Hummel
Supervised by: Rob Alkemade, Ben ten Brink and Andre van Amstel
Discussion and conclusion
Scenario Analysis for GBO4
Forward looking assessments
Biodiversity management strategies
1. How is the forestry sector organized?
2. What are the future trends for the forestry sector?
3. What are the options in the forestry sector?
4. What role is business playing in preventing biodiversity loss?
Economic, governance and enhancing awareness
Thank you for your attention!
A workshop and interviews with experts
Industry & Products
Adapted from: Kamphuis et al. 2011, (FAO, 1998) and from presentation by Mark van Oorschot, 29-11-2011
Mature product markets
Structure is changing
Bioenergy and biomaterial
Socio-economic and demographic development will define the demand
Alternative pathways to meet the goals of sufficient food and fiber production and biodiversity conservation
Demand of woodfuel and industrial roundwood
Forestry management types
potential poorly measured
different sources -> various definitions
environmental-friendly lifestyle (CC) -> increase
demand for wood products is changing, but will still increase
bioenergy developments are unclear -> different direction
mix of the trends from the different pathways
the tools to achieve targets exist
Rio +20 scenario
High ambition scenario from rethinking
MSA in 1970 -> 76%
Biodiversity Strategic Plan and the Aichi Targets
Context and aim
Consumption of industrial roundwood per region (million m3)
2050 (Smeets and Faaij, 2007
2008 and 2030 (FAO,2011)
2050 calculated from (Smeets and Faaij, 2007)
higher biodiversity levels and reduced soil damage
potential area for illegal logging
Direct tree felling lower impact in the surrounding
require planning and capability
Economic, governance and awareness option
Forest certification guarantee technical approach
adaptability to small scale