Publications

 

Work Package 2

Objectives
The main objective of WP2 is to provide new methods for valuing and assessing forest externalities, which can handle the fact that these externalities are jointly produced and hence must be valued in an integrated way.

List of Deliverables

D2.1 A report describing the role of key externalities across case studies


TITLE A report describing the role of key externalities across case studies
SUBJECT Detailed description of the role of the key forest externalities in the case studies and what forest management actions may increase the provision of these externalities
RESPONSIBLE METLA with CSP
DELIVERY DATE September 2010

 

D2.3 Report on the analyses of integrated assessment of values across case studies


TITLE Report on the analyses of integrated assessment of values across case studies
SUBJECT Integrated assessment on the value of forest externalities in each of the case studies and across them
RESPONSIBLE METLA with CSP
DELIVERY DATE March 2012

 

D2.4 Report on the comparative analyses of transboundary aspects of values


TITLE Report on the comparative analyses of transboundary aspects of values
SUBJECT Analysis of the trans-boundary aspects of values as revealed within and across case studies
RESPONSIBLE UCPH with CSP
DELIVERY DATE September 2012

 

D2.5 Guidelines for valuation and assessment of forest

 


TITLE Guidelines for valuation and assessment of forest
SUBJECT Summary of the lessons learned in the project presented in a comprehensive guideline for applying the improved methods for valuing and assessing forest externalities and for interpreting their results for use in the policy processes aimed at securing the socially optimal level of provision of currently non-marketed forest goods and services.
RESPONSIBLE METLA
DELIVERY DATE May 2013

 

 

Work Package 3

Objectives
The main objective of WP3 is to provide a coherent approach and method for assessing the cost of provision for the key externalities in focus of NEWFOREX, as experienced by the provider, i.e. the forest owner, and society.

List of Deliverables

D3.1 A report summarising the existing knowledge basis for assessing the direct cost of provision in the case study areas


TITLE A report summarising the existing knowledge basis for assessing the direct cost of provision in the case study areas
SUBJECT Review of methods with targeted efforts to identify in each case study the components of the direct cost of provision of the externalities in focus, and the modelling basis for assessing these costs
RESPONSIBLE INRA with CSP
DELIVERY DATE October 2010

 

D3.3 A report summarising the case study experiences with testing the models and methods for assessing the direct cost of provision


TITLE A report summarising the case study experiences with testing the models and methods for assessing the direct cost of provision
SUBJECT Presenting the experience of the application of models and methods for the assessment of provision costs of forest exteranlities
RESPONSIBLE INRA, CTFC with CSP
DELIVERY DATE March 2012

 

D3.4 A report summarising the main findings of the forest owner survey and qualitative interviews


TITLE A report summarising the main findings of the forest owner survey and qualitative interviews
SUBJECT Comparisons across case studies and across owner types within and between case studies of forest owners’ perceptions of cost components, and their acceptance of providing a given enhancement in the environmental services in combination with payments and specific instruments
RESPONSIBLE INRA, CTFC with CSP
DELIVERY DATE November 2012

 

D3.5 Guidelines for cost of provision assessments with illustrative examples of applications and survey results


TITLE Guidelines for cost of provision assessments with illustrative examples of applications and survey results
SUBJECT Integrate the experiences derived from the applications in the case studies as well as from the forest owner surveys will be gathered into guidelines for practical application of the developed methods for cost of provision assessments
RESPONSIBLE INRA
DELIVERY DATE May 2013

 

 

Work Package 4

Objectives
The main objective of WP4 is to provide assessments of several market-based methods for enhancing the provision of positive forest externalities. In addition, WP4 will also address how to design methods in ways that reduce transactions costs, risk premiums etc for the overall benefit of society. This work will result in a set of guidelines for policy-makers on the application and design of market-based methods.

List of Deliverables

D 4.1 Short report on the currently applied market based methods in the case studies, including the experience regarding use, efficiency etc.


TITLE Short report on the currently applied market based methods in the case studies, including the experience regarding use, efficiency etc.
SUBJECT Review of existing and planned market-based methods in the case studies and to gather experiences from their policy background and their use among local experts and stakeholders
RESPONSIBLE CTFC, UHAM with CSP
DELIVERY DATE January 2011

 

D4.3 Report on analyses of case study experiences and survey results regarding market-based methods


TITLE Report on analyses of case study experiences and survey results regarding market-based methods
SUBJECT Analysis of the survey results, eliciting the potential buyers’ and sellers’ perceptions of different market-based methods
RESPONSIBLE CTFC, CIFOR, INRA
DELIVERY DATE July 2012

 

D4.4 Guidelines for developing, designing and applying market-based methods for enhanced provision of forest externalities


TITLE Guidelines for developing, designing and applying market-based methods for enhanced provision of forest externalities
SUBJECT Combining case study experience and inventory data, in combination with the analyses of the survey results into a set of coherent recommendations on which methods to use in which circumstances, and which factors are crucial for their successful implementation.
RESPONSIBLE CTFC
DELIVERY DATE May 2013

 

 

Work Package 5

Objectives
The objective of this WP is first and foremost to undertake a significant dissemination effort. These outputs will be synthesised and presented in different formats targeted to specific needs of the users. This includes the compilation of an easy accessible Guiding tool for Valuation, Costing and Marketing of Forest Externalities, a project website, targeted seminars and workshops as well as dissemination in several national languages. Furthermore, within this WP, NEWFOREX will facilitate the involvement of stakeholder interactions at crucial steps in the project.

List of Deliverables

D5.6 Guiding tool for Valuation, Costing and Marketing of Forest Externalities


TITLE Guiding tool for Valuation, Costing and Marketing of Forest Externalities
SUBJECT Guiding tool summarising all key lessons learned in the NEWFOREX project, explained in a short and non-technical manner and their implications and usefulness in practical policy and decision making as well as analyses will described and exemplified using communicative methods
The guidelines should be suitable for aiding policy- and decision-makers in their practical work
RESPONSIBLE EFIMED (all partners)
DELIVERY DATE July 2013

 

D5.7 Organisation of an international open science conference


TITLE Organisation of an international open science conference
SUBJECT Organisation of a final open conference to communicate the project results at a level targeted towards high-level decision-makers in public and private organisations and institutions as well as the research environment
RESPONSIBLE EFIMED, UCPH
DELIVERY DATE September 2013

 

 

Other publications

Delacote, P., C. Palmer, R.K. Bakkegaard and B.J. Thorsen, 2013: Unveiling information on opportunity costs in REDD: Who obtains the surplus when policy objectives differ? Resource and Energy Economics.

Jacobsen, J.B., S.E. Vedel and B. J. Thorsen, 2013: Assessing costs of multifunctional NATURA 2000 management restrictions in continuous cover beech forest management. Forestry

Campbell, D. S.E. Vedel, B.J. Thorsen and J.B. Jacobsen, 2013: Heterogeneity in the demand for recreational access – distributional aspects. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management

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