PROGRAM / 03
Bioeconomy and governance / CTFC

The study and promotion of the bioeconomy is closely related to the research, innovation and the competitiveness of value chains, mitigation of climate change and economic and social development in rural areas.

The demand and markets for emerging products requires the establishment of new processes and bioproducts (cross-laminated wood, proximity biomass circuits, truffles, mushrooms, cork, aromatic and medicinal plants, etc.), aiming to fit the bioeconomy into the circular economy and promote new policies

 

R+D lines and Transfer

  • Bioenergy and agroforest bioproducts
  • Bioenergy and agroforest bioproducts
  • Forest economy
  • Ecosystemic services and payment for environmental services
  • Ecosystemic services and payment for environmental services
  • Forest diseases and pests and their impact on value chains
  • Environment and Human Health. EH2Lab
  • Biocities
Working areas

/ Forest use and wood products

/ Wood, derived technological products and their application in construction

/ Non-wood forest products: mushrooms, truffles, cork, aromatic and medicinal plants, forest fruits, pine nuts, etc.

/ Territorial analysis and database management

/ Risk governance

/ Strategic forest planning

/ Cost–benefit analysis

/ Evaluation of externalities and political instruments

/ Economic evaluation of environmental projects

/ Design and evaluation of governance instruments

Bioeconomy and governance team program
Puy Marimón, Neus
Head of programme
Prokofieva, Irina
Deputy head of programme

Head of group
Colinas González, Carlos
Cristobal, Roser
Aromatic and medicinal plants
Gené Sera, Jordi
Catalan Institute of Wood
Oliach Lesan, Daniel
Mycology and forest pathology
Plana Bach, Eduard
Forest policy and governance
Prokofieva, Irina
Forest economics

Raddi, Adriano
Forest harvesting and biomass

Researchers / Specialists
Bach Pagès, Albert
Environment and Human Health- EH2Lab
Bonet Lledós, José Antonio
Castaño Soler, Carles
Mycology and forest pathology
Correal Mòdol, Eduard
INCAFUST
de Miguel, Sergio
Górriz Mifsud, Elena
Forest economics

Maneja Zaragoza, Roser
Socioecological systems
Environment and Human Health
EH2Lab
Martí Casanovas, Miquel
Martínez de Aragón Remírez de Esparza, Juan
Mycology and forest pathology
Martinez Hesterkamp, Sara
UNESCOMED
Moré Palos, Eva
Aromatic and medicinal plants
Muñoz Adalia, E. Jordan

Pecurul Botines, Mireia
Forest economics
Pérez Llorca, Marina
Puy Marimón, Neus
Bioproducts and circular bioeconomy
Varela, Elsa
Forest economics

Technicians / PhD Students
Alcoverro, Gerard
Codina Palou, Mireia
Forest harvesting and biomass
Duarte Henriques, Rita Isabel
Garriga Serra, Fermí
Guiteras Cors, Núria
Oliveira, Sara
Forest Functioning & Dynamics

Ribes Besalú, Narcís
ELFOCAT
Serra Davos, Marta
Forest policy and governance

Associate members
Fischer, Christine Rose
Knobel Guelar, Pablo
Labèrnia, Carles
Picchi, Gianni