Bitcomp GmbH; ProHolzBW; Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke); Competence Centre Ltd. for research and development (CEKOM); Lapland University of Applied Sciences (LUAS); Junta de Castilla y León (JCYL); Centre Régional de la Propriété Forestière NOUVELLE-AQUITAINE (CNPF); CESEFOR; Slovenian Forestry Institute (GIS); Croatian Forest Research Institute (CFRI); Region of Tuscany; PRO WOOD Regional Wood Cluster; Bundesministerium für Nachhaltigkeit und Tourismus; Berner Fachhochschule für Agrar-, Forst- und Lebensmittelwissenschaften (BFH)
ROSEWOOD is a European Horizon 2020 project dedicated to Sustainable Wood Mobilisation.
ROSEWOOD aims at building a trans-European network for the transfer of best practices & innovations in sustainable wood mobilisation.
Four Regional Hubs for Sustainable Wood Mobilisation in North, Central, East and South Europe are at the heart of the network, initiating dialogue and collaboration on the subject among practitioners, experts, political and economic players.
Together with these stakeholders ROSEWOOD will analyse the wood mobilisation value chain, identify the needs, select innovative solutions and best-practices in the field and support the development of new partnerships and business models. At the end of the two-year project, ROSEWOOD will deliver a toolbox of instruments and resources for sustainable wood mobilisation to be further used by the network.
The mission of the ROSEWOOD network is to build up wood mobilisation capacities in European regions that have a sustainable amount of forest and other wood resources not yet employed to their full potential.The mission of the ROSEWOOD network is to build up wood mobilisation capacities in European regions that have a sustainable amount of forest and other wood resources not yet employed to their full potential.
The project facilitates the transfer of best-practices among stakeholders of the forest and wood sector, from regional governments to private forest owners and logging companies.
The ROSEWOOD network shall close existing knowledge gaps, foster the up-take of technological innovations and novel business models that create lasting value for the EU’s Bio-Economy.
The main criterion in ROSEWOOD is sustainability. That means there is a balance between economic and ecological aspects, putting the sustainable future of forests at the heart of wood mobilisation actions.