Denmark

Danish reverse auctioning scheme on the road to success

The Danish case study on a reverse auctioning scheme for the ecosystem service of biodiversity production and protection passed a major milestone this spring when the auction was finally launched on the website of Danish Forest Association. Forest owners from the test region were invited to place their bids using a special online platform created for the purpose.

We received in total 25 bids for biodiversity actions in private forests during the auctioning period, which lasted for about 2 months. There were a large and varying number of high quality and creative projects among the pool of bids, showing the effectiveness of the process and platform in attracting interest.

2020-09-29T12:56:28+00:00 September 29th, 2020|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Stakeholder meeting kicks Danish reverse auctioning scheme into the launch phase

An inside perspective on the third Danish MAG meeting by Christian Jürgensen In January 2020, the third MAG meeting was held for the Danish case study on reverse auctions for biodiversity protection. The meeting was, like the previous two meetings, hosted by the University of Copenhagen and yet again it hosted a large group of highly motivated and engaging key stakeholders, which represented both forest owners, environmentalists, authorities, scientists and forest user groups. At that point, in time, the case study had reached an advanced state with its webpage and the online bidding feature and draft versions of supporting documents [...]

2020-04-03T16:34:29+00:00 April 3rd, 2020|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Reversed auctions for enhancing biodiversity in Denmark

Suzanne Elizabeth Vedel
Danish Forest Association (DFA), Denmark
The second MAG meeting took place at the University of Copenhagen and gathered forest owners, policy makers and a broad variety of other stakeholders [...]

A peppy and energetic kick-off meeting in Copenhagen

Christian Jürgensen
Dansk Skovforening
Danish Forest Association (DFA), Denmark
Shared objectives among diverse stakeholders sparked fruitful discussions and created rewarding results [...]

“SINCERE will provide a unique opportunity to collaborate with both academic and practice partners all over Europe”

Thomas Lundhede
Associate Professor in Environmental Economics
The University of Copenhagen, Denmark