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Mentorice v gozdarstvu
Katarina Flajšman, Nike Krajnc, 2022, professional article

Keywords: projekt Gozdovi v ženskih rokah, projekt Fem4forest, mentorstvo, usposabljanje za mentorstvo, gozdarke, izobraževanje
Published in DiRROS: 25.01.2023; Views: 54; Downloads: 21
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Cene gozdnih nepremičnin v letih 2020 in 2021
Jaša Saražin, Nike Krajnc, 2022, professional article

Keywords: cene, gozdne nepremičnine, gozdna zemljišča, trg
Published in DiRROS: 25.01.2023; Views: 41; Downloads: 15
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Kazalnik varnost in zdravje pri delu v gozdu
Urban Žitko, Marjan Dolenšek, Nike Krajnc, 2022, professional article

Keywords: varnost pri delu, nezgode, izobraževanje, tečaji za varno delo, sečnja, spravilo lesa
Published in DiRROS: 25.01.2023; Views: 42; Downloads: 21
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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: 122; Downloads: 35
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