On 18 February, Julia Szulecka and Kacper Szulecki presented a paper entitled “A Climate Skeptical Mitigation Policy? Explaining Poland’s Carbon
Forests are now seen as an important element of global climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts, as carbon sinks and a sustainable source of renewable energy and materials for different economic sectors. But this should not obscure their intrinsic value as some of the Earths most important and biologically diverse ecosystems, Within this theme, ESPRi seeks to develop research on all aspects of sustainable forest policy, governance and economics. We are interested in global forest governance, European Union’s regulation, as well as national policies and local conflicts between different forestry paradigms, economic interests and land use modes.
Introducing the Forest Monitor: A great source of knowledge on Polish, European and international forestry
We would like to draw your attention to a very interesting English-language forestry blog: the Forest Monitor, established by Dr. Rafał Chudy
Publiactions on Forests
Authors: Julia Szulecka and Kacper Szulecki, Journal Article published in: Environmental Politics (forthcoming 2020) (available in Open Accesss)DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2019.1674541 While political environmentalism played an important role in social mobilization
Authors: Julia Szulecka and Kacper Szulecki; ESPRi Working Paper No. 6, 2017; Available in Open Access Why has the Polish government decided to give in to