Coford

Report on ‘Growing the Irish Bioeconomy’ – COFORD Report September 2017

The gross output of the Irish forest sector is set to double by 2035 against a backdrop of increasing carbon constraint, this creates many opportunities for the Irish Bioeconomy. COFORD have produced a report on Growing the Irish Forest Bioeconomy which provides a vision of a healthy forest bioeconomy, creating sustainable jobs in rural Ireland and supporting national land-use carbon reduction and climate adaption objectives. It is an accessible document with plenty of infographics, key points and statistics. It includes an interesting piece on ‘12 Proposals for Growing a Vibrant Forest Bioeconomy in Ireland’, view the report here