Integrated Biosphere Futures Research Group
Biodiversity and Natural Resources
BiographyPekka Lauri joined the Ecosystems Services and Management (ESM) Program in 2011. He holds a PhD degree in economics from Aalto University and has a wide range of experience in forest sector modeling built up upon a research position with the Finnish Forest Research Institute. In the last years he has focused on the modelling of global woody biomass use as well as on the model development (GLOBIOM, G4M, MESSAGE).
Last update: 23 OCT 2017
Rosa, F., Di Fulvio, F. , Lauri, P., Felton, A., Forsell, N., Pfister, S., & Hellweg, S. (2023). Can Forest Management Practices Counteract Species Loss Arising from Increasing European Demand for Forest Biomass under Climate Mitigation Scenarios? Environmental Science & Technology 10.1021/acs.est.2c07867. (In Press)
Kozicka, M. , Havlik, P. , Valin, H. , Wollenberg, E., Deppermann, A., Leclère, D., Lauri, P., Moses, R., Boere, E., Frank, S. , Davis, C., Park, E., & Gurwich, N. (2023). Feeding climate and biodiversity goals with novel plant-based meat and milk alternatives. Nature Communications 14 e5316. 10.1038/s41467-023-40899-2.
IBF-IIASA (2023). Global Biosphere Management Model (GLOBIOM) Documentation 2023 - Version 1.0. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis , Laxenburg, Austria.
Daigneault, A., Baker, J.S., Guo, J., Lauri, P., Favero, A., Forsell, N., Johnston, C., Ohrel, S.B., & Sohngen, B. (2022). How the future of the global forest sink depends on timber demand, forest management, and carbon policies. Global Environmental Change 76 e102582. 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2022.102582.