Task 29 - Socio-Economic Aspects of Bioenergy Systems
Task 38 - Greenhouse Gas Balances of Biomass and Bioenergy Systems

Workshop:

 The economics of substitution management to reduce net GHG emissions
&
Forest-based carbon mitigation projects:
dealing with permanence, leakage, additionality,
uncertainties, and socio-economic and environmental issues


22-24 April 2002 - Graz, Austria








 

Workshop Program

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Monday, 22 April 2002


900

Plenary session"Supply and demand aspects for substitution" (60 min talk + discussion).
Chaired by Timo Karjalainen (Finland) with two keynotes on the state of the art.

Introduction by
Bernhard Schlamadinger, JOANNEM Research, Austria
Presentation Video
and
Timo Karjalainen, European Forest Institute, Finland
Presentation Video

Henry Spelter, U.S. Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, WI
The economics of substitution of wood products in building applications – North American experience
Presentation Video
Presentation Slides

Joint presentation: Interaction of economics and technical possibilities for substitution management
Timo Karjalainen, European Forest Institute, Finland
Presentation Video
Hans Fredrik Hoen, Department of Forest Sciences, Agric. University of Norway
Presentation Video
Leif Gustavsson, Lund University and Mid Sweden University
Presentation Video
Presentation Slides

1030

Break

1100

Plenary session"Permanence, leakage, additionality, uncertainties, and socio-economic and environmental issues" (60 min talk + discussion).
Chaired by Bernhard Schlamadinger with two keynotes on the state of the art:

Claudio Forner, UNFCCC Secretariat, Germany
Carbon sinks: options discussed within the UNFCCC for dealing with duration/ permanence, leakage and additionality
Presentation Video - Part 1   Presentation Video - Part 2
Presentation Slides

Erik Ling, Swedish Energy Agency, Sweden
Socio-economic aspects of forest-based carbon mitigation projects
Presentation Video
Presentation Slides
Full Paper

1230

Lunch

1330

Drafting session 1 (until 1800)
Participants draft papers in three parallel sessions on the following topics:
WG1: The economics of substitution management to reduce net GHG emissions
WG2: Forest-based carbon mitigation projects: technical options for dealing with permanence (duration), leakage, additionality, uncertainties
WG3: Forest-based carbon mitigation projects: socio-economic and environmental aspects of guaranteeing long-term success of projects



Tuesday, 23 April 2002

900

Drafting session 2 (until 1800)
Whole day: Participants continue drafting papers in parallel sessions



Wednesday, 24 April 2002

900

Drafting session 3
Participants finalize drafting papers in parallel sessions

1230

Lunch

1330

Final plenary session
Participants present and discuss outcomes of working groups. Draft papers will be finalized within a few weeks after the workshop and are planned to be published in an international journal. In addition, the papers will be made available through the Internet and distributed as a contribution to COP 8 of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Working Group1
Timo Karjalainen
Presentation Video

Working Group2 - Part 1
Andre Faaij
Presentation Video

Working Group2 - Part 2
Louise Auckland
Presentation Video

Working Group3
Carmenza Robledo
Presentation Video

 




 

List of Participants

Name

Institution

Address

Phone

Fax

e-mail

Working Group I

GUSTAVSSON, Leif

Lund University, Lund Institute of Technology

Gerdagatan 13, SE-223 62 Lund, SWEDEN

+46 46222 8641

+46 46222 8644

leif.gustavsson@miljo.lth.se

HOEN, Hans Fredrik

Agricultural University Norway, Department of Forest Sciences

P.O.Box 5044, 1430 AS, NORWAY




JUNGMEIER, Gerfried

JOANNEUM RESEARCH, Institute of Energy Research

Elisabethstrasse 5, A-8010 Graz, AUSTRIA




KARJALAINEN, Timo

European Forest Institute

Torikatu 34, 80100 Joensuu, FINLAND




KLÖHN, Susanne

Technical University Dresden

Pienner Strasse 8, 01737 Tharandt, GERMANY




POHJOLA, Johanna

Finnish Forest Research Institute

Unioninkatu 40A, 00170 Helsinki, FINLAND




SOLBERG, Birger

Agricultural University Norway, Department of Forest Sciences

P.O.Box 5044, 1430 AS, NORWAY




SPELTER, Henry

USDA Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory

One Gifford Pinchot Drive, 53705-2398 Madison, WI, USA




Working Group II

AUCKLAND, Louise

Eco Securities Ltd.

45 Raleigh Park Road, OX1 4XA Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM




BERG, Staffan

SkogForsk

Uppsala Science Park, 751 83 Uppsala, SWEDEN




BRADLEY, Doug

Douglas Bradley & Associates

402 Third Avenue, K1S 2K7 Ottawa, CANADA




CICCARESE, Lorenzo

Italian Environmental Protection Agency

Via V. Brancati 48, 00144 Roma, ITALY




DAMERON, Vincent

Office National des Forests

10 impasse de la Neste, 65000 Tarbes, FRANCE




FAAIJ, Andre

Utrecht University, Department of Science, Technology & Society

Padualaan 14, 3584 CH Utrecht, NETHERLANDS

+31 30 253 76 43

+31 30 253 76 01

a.p.c.faaij@chem.uu.nl

FORNER, Claudio

UNFCCC Secretariat

Martin Luther King Strasse 8, 53153 Bonn, GERMANY




JACKSON, Mark

The Carbon Store Ltd.

55 High Street, 3070 Northcote Victoria, AUSTRALIA




MARLAND, Gregg

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Environmental Sciences Division

P.O.Box 2008, Bethel Valley Road, 37831-6335 Oak Ridge, USA




SCHLAMADINGER, Bernhard

JOANNEUM RESEARCH

Elisabethstrasse 5, A-8010 Graz, AUSTRIA

+43 316 876 1340

+43 316 876 91340

bernhard.schlamadinger@joanneum.at

SIKKEMA, Richard

Form Ecology Consultants

Ridderstraat 2, Hattem, THE NETHERLANDS




Working Group III

DOMAC, Julije

EIHP

Svaska 163, 10000 Zagreb, CROATIA




HEKTOR, Bo

Department of Forest Management and Products, Energy Division

Signalistgatan 6, 16972 Solna, SWEDEN




LING, Erik

Swedish Energy Agency

Box 310, 63104 Eskilstuna, SWEDEN




LUNNAN, Anders

Norwegian Forest Reserach Institute

Hogskoleveien 12, 1431 Aas, NORWAY




MADLENER, Reinhard

ETH-Zentrum WEC, Centre for Energy Policy and Economics

8092 Zürich, SWITZERLAND




MUYS, Bart

Laboratorium of Forest, Natur & Landscape Research, KU Leuven

Viral Decosterstraat 102, 3000 Leuven, BELGIUM




RADOGLOU, Kalliopi

Forest Research Institute

Vassilika, 57006 Thessaloniki, GREECE




RICHARDS, Keith

TV Energy Ltd., Liberty House

New Greenham Business Park, RG19 6HW Newbury, Berkshire, UNITED KINGDOM




ROBLEDO, Carmenza

EMPA Duebendorf, Wood Department

Ueberlandstr. 129, 8600 Duebendorf, SWITZERLAND




SCHEUER, Horst

Landes Energie Verein Steiermark

Burggasse 9, A-8010 Graz, AUSTRIA