Publications and references
- Labelle, E.R., Hansson, L., Högbom, L., Jourgholami, M. and Laschi, A., 2022. Strategies to Mitigate the Effects of Soil Physical Disturbances Caused by Forest Machinery: a Comprehensive Review. Current Forestry Reports, pp.1-18. Accepted Nov 2021. Available here
- WBCSD (2000). Eco-Efficiency: creating more value with less impact. [go to document].
- WBCSD (2000). Measuring Eco-Efficiency: A guide to reporting company performance. [go to document]
A guide to using wet area maps in forestry. June, 2020. Eva Ring (Skogforsk), Anneli Ågren (SLU), Isabelle Bergkvist (Skogforsk), Leena Finér (LUKE), Fredrik Johansson (Skogforsk) & Lars Högbom (Skogforsk).
- AYRES, R. 1978. Resources, environment, and economics. Application of the materials/energy balance principle. John Wiley & Sons. New York a.o. 207 p.
- DE SIMONE, L.D. AND POPOFF, F. 1997. Eco-efficiency. The business link to sutainable development. The MIT Press. Cambridge MA a.o. 280 p.
- VON WEIZSAECKER, E., LOVINS, L.B. AND LOVINS, L.H. 1997. Factor four: doubling wealth - halving resource use: the new report to the Club of Rome. Earthscan. London. 322 pp.
2017 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xauLNORS4m0
This film demonstrates how new technologies and changing attitudes can help reduce damages to the soil and water during timber harvesting operations. The film won awards from two international film festivals: the World Media Festival in Germany and the Deauville Green Film Festival in France. The film was produced by Heurgren Production on behalf of Skogforsk and the Norwegian Forestry Extension Institute with a financial support from the Swedish Research Council Formas. Dr. Lars Högbom, Coordinator of IUFRO Research Group 3.05.00 - Forest operations ecology, participated in the project as the project leader and scientific advisor.