Forest Policy Research Division aims to develop forest policies for responding to stakeholders' demands and improving the quality of public life. To achieve this goal, we focus on national forest strategy development, forestland and mountain village policy, forest management research, forest industry and trading research, climate change and carbon neutral policy in the forest sector, and forest-based business model development.
The Forest Strategy Lab conducts research on the Forest Master Plan and national forest strategies for domestic forest policy establishment, research on policies for
rational conservation and use of forests, research on business models that revitalize mountain villages and increase income in forestry.
Research on the criteria for photovoltaics in forest lands
Structure of forest integrated model
Research on forest governance
The Forest Industry Lab conducts research on forest resource promotion strategies and regional circular forestry research for establishing a virtuous cycle system for
forest resources, short- and long-term prospects for supply and demand of logs and timber products for domestic forest industry policy establishment, research on
forest product trade strategies, and labor-related research in the forest industry in response to changes in internal and external conditions.
Yard of imported logs
Forest Outlook Conference
Forecast of greenhouse gas absorption in the forest sector
Research on the calculation and expansion of forest management rate
Reseach on policy for Economic Forest Complex
Wood product carbon account calculation
Research on the activation of the forest carbon offset system