Data are model results that were produced under the Renewables bioenergy projects (2005, 2006). Models used are: 1) For agriculture (EU-25 except Luxembourg, Cyprus, Malta): Animlib scenario of the CAPSIM model with modified yields to account for the high share of environmentally orientated farming; 2) For agriculture (Germany and France, only): HEKTOR model to estimate the CO2 permit price effect for agriculture.
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Illegal trade in tropical timber contributes to forest destruction. Many hardware suppliers are now selling timber that has been certified as legal and sustainable. Next time you shop for wood-products, check for labels such as the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
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