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LEF Biennial Workshop: Presentations

First presentation of LEF Biennial Workshop 2014
Please find below the presentations displayed during the Workshop.
Plenary Sessions

“Opportunities and risks for the French Forest Sector in light of climate change: mitigation effects, adaptation strategies and policy options”
Antonello Lobianco (LEF, France)
Antonello LOBIANCO - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

“Predicting future forest carbon stocks ... or how to live with uncertainty”
Mathieu Fortin (LerFoB, France)
Mathieu FORTIN - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

Sylvain Caurla (LEF, France)

“Economic instruments and the COP 2015: the catalyst of pricing carbon”
Christian de Perthuis (University Paris-Dauphine, Chaire Economie du climat, France)
Christian DE PERTHUIS - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation
See also: Christian DE PERTHUIS - Paper

Parallel Sessions 1

“Dynamic efficiency for stock pollutants”
Eirik Romstad (School of Economics and Business, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway)
Eirik ROMSTAD - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

“Optimal timing of CCS policies under a carbon stabilization cap”
Gilles Lafforgue (Toulouse Business School, France)
Gilles LAFFORGUE - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

“Goal Conflicts and the Swedish National Environmental Objectives”
Göran Bostedt (CERE, Sweden)
Göran BOSTEDT - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 Presentation

“Cost of carbon storage in private forests: A survey of ecosystem service provision in Vietnam”
Jens Abildtrup (LEF, France) and Cosmas Lambini (BAYCEER, University of Bayreuth, Germany)
Cosmas LAMBINI and Jens ABILDTRUP - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

“Econometric analysis of deforestation in Mexico, applications to REDD+ policy”
Ruben Lubowski (Environmental Defense Fund, USA)
Ruben LUBOWSKI - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

"Assisted migration to adapt forests to climate change, is uncertainty too deep to decide?"
Minh Ha-Duong (CIRED, France)
Minh HA DUONG - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

Parallel Sessions 2

“Taking account of governance: Implications for deforestation, land use intensity and food prices”
Xiaoxi Wang (PIK, Germany)
Xiaoxi WANG - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

“Impacts of EU RES policies on the global changes in wood harvest, wood based products production and trade of wood”
Alexander Moiseyev (EFI, Finland)
Alexander MOISEYEV - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

“Finnish forest sector in the low carbon economy”
Maarit Kallio (Metla, Finland)
Maarit KALLIO - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

“A comparison of national and regional approaches for developing marginal abatement cost curves for the United States”
Greg Latta (Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management, Oregon State University, USA)
Greg LATTA - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

“Increasing Europe’s Bioenergy Demand: Who Stands to Benefit?”
Craig Johnston (Department of Economics, University of Victoria, Canada)
Craig JOHNSTON - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation

“Improving logging practices by valuing carbon in tropical forestry: First results of a bioeconomic model in Central Africa”
Florian Claeys (CIRAD/LEF, France)
Florian CLAEYS - LEF Biennial Workshop 2014 presentation