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Kako porazdelimo EU sredstva za gozdarstvo?
Matevž Triplat, 2022, professional article

Keywords: subvencije, Evropska unija, lastniki gozdov, velikost gozdne posesti, majhni lastniki gozdov, financiranje
Published in DiRROS: 25.01.2023; Views: 119; Downloads: 44
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Kako do kakovostnega izvajalca sečnje in spravila?
Jaša Saražin, Matevž Triplat, 2022, professional article

Keywords: sečnja, spravilo lesa, izvajalci, gozdarske storitve, MojGozdar, spletni informacijski sistem
Published in DiRROS: 25.01.2023; Views: 108; Downloads: 49
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Sistem spremljanja nezgod v gozdarstvu
Urban Žitko, Marjan Dolenšek, Matevž Triplat, 2022, professional article

Keywords: nezgode, sistem za spremljanje nezgod, pregledovalnik nezgod
Published in DiRROS: 24.01.2023; Views: 108; Downloads: 53
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Cene gozdarskih storitev v Sloveniji - oktober 2022
Katarina Flajšman, Matevž Triplat, 2022, professional article

Keywords: gozdarske storitve, prevoz lesa, sečnja, spravilo lesa, cene
Published in DiRROS: 24.01.2023; Views: 89; Downloads: 46
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Forest subsidy distribution in five European countries
Elena Haeler, Andreas Bolte, Rafael Buchacher, Harri Hänninen, R. Jandl, Artti Juutinen, Katharina Kuhlmey, Mikko Kurttila, Gun Lidestav, Raisa Mäkipää, Lydia Rosenkranz, Matevž Triplat, Urša Vilhar, Kerstin Westin, Silvio Schueler, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: Forest subsidies are widely used to achieve policy objectives aimed at maintaining and supporting the provision of the various ecosystem services provided by forests. In the European Union, an important instrument is the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) within the EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), but countries also have national subsidy systems. In both cases, individual countries determine which objectives they want to achieve with the subsidy schemes and which measures are supported. In this comparative study, we investigate which forest-related measures are subsidized across Europe and which forest owners, representing a very heterogeneous group, are involved in the activities of the subsidy systems. We collected data on subsidies paid out for forest-related measures from Austria, Finland, Germany, Slovenia and Sweden from the EAFRD funding period 2014–2020 for a comparison of the funded activities. Further, we analysed how subsidies were distributed among private forest owners with forest holdings of different sizes by performing G-tests to compare the observed with the expected subsidies received by forest owners in the different size categories. The results show that through the flexibility given by the CAP for countries to adjust their subsidy programmes to the specific national needs, EAFRD funds and equivalent national subsidies are indeed used for a wide range of activities instead of only a few following one common European goal. Reflecting the different needs and various forest functions, the subsidized activities range from the more ecology-oriented “investment to increase resistance and the ecological value of forests” to the more management-oriented “purchase of new machinery and new equipment for forestry operations”. In all five countries, small-scale forest owners with holdings smaller than 200 ha are the largest owner group and manage a large share of the forest area in private hands (from 47% in Austria to 97% in Slovenia). However, especially owners of the smallest holdings (< 20 ha) rarely use the funding scheme of the EAFRD framework and thus receive a disproportionately low share of subsidies. There might be several reasons for this. Small-scale forest owners are generally less involved regarding policy issues (including subsidy schemes) than owners of larger forest holdings and may not be aware of all funding opportunities. In addition, the considerable effort to apply, including project preparation, administration and documentation may be perceived as a barrier. It became clear that the current subsidy systems of the countries focus on different forest policy objectives. Our study further revealed that the documentation of subsidy distribution is partly unclear and inconsistent across countries hampering European comparisons. However, understanding current subsidy distribution is urgently needed for increasing the effectiveness of subsidy systems to achieve European policy goals of vital multifunctional forests.
Keywords: European agricultural fund for rural development, EAFRD, policy, incentives, multifunctional forests, small-scale forest owners, bioeconomy
Published in DiRROS: 05.01.2023; Views: 193; Downloads: 82
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Private forest owner willingness to mobilise wood from dense, small-diameter tree stands
Matevž Triplat, Satu Helenius, Ruben Laina, Nike Krajnc, Thomas Kronholm, Zdenka Ženko, Teppo Hujala, 2023, original scientific article

Abstract: Forests are a source of renewable biomass, and their utilisation will play a vital role in the transition towards a climate-neutral economy. Small-diameter tree management could contribute to this transition via providing renewable biomass for sustainable uses and fostering tree growth towards long-lifecycle bioproducts. The utilisation of small-diameter trees in the EU is still low since new technologies and work models are required to make the operations economically profitable, environmentally sound, and socially attractive. The supply of biomass from small-diameter tree stands is dependent on forest owners with diverse perceptions on their forests and diverse ownership objectives. However, there is scarce research on forest owner perceptions on small-diameter tree management, which encompasses home consumption, self-active work, and commercial forestry services. A survey in four EU countries was designed to identify the main factors affecting the motivation of forest owners to mobilise biomass from small-diameter stands. Factor and clustering analyses were used to identify four forest owner segments: weakly-engaged traders, well-being seekers, self-active profit-seekers, and well-informed service users. The willingness to utilise biomass from small-diameter tree stands and participate in the market was shaped by forest owner knowledge of forestry, economic and socio-cultural motivations, and sensitivity to service offerings. Forest owner preferences for market participation are heterogenous, and thus different policy implementation approaches are needed and proposed.
Keywords: customer profiles, factor analysis, forestry services, management objectives, biomass, communication strategies
Published in DiRROS: 05.01.2023; Views: 157; Downloads: 47
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Nova podoba spletne strani WoodChainManager
Matevž Triplat, Nike Krajnc, 2021, professional article

Keywords: spletne strani, WoodChainManager, gozdarstvo, gozdovi
Published in DiRROS: 12.11.2022; Views: 100; Downloads: 38
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Strojno redčenje mlajših sestojev
Urban Žitko, Nike Krajnc, Matevž Triplat, Tina Jemec, 2021, professional article

Keywords: strojno redčenje, mladi sestoji, projekt Net4Forest, praktični poskusi
Published in DiRROS: 12.11.2022; Views: 121; Downloads: 35
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Pregled leta 2020
Matevž Triplat, 2021, professional article

Keywords: gozdarstvo, gozdovi, spletni portal, WoodChainManager, gozdna tehnika, gozdna ekonomika
Published in DiRROS: 12.11.2022; Views: 98; Downloads: 33
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