Norsk institutt for bioøkonomi
The Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute (NFLI) is one of Norway’s foremost scientific institutions regarding the use of forest resources, forest ecology and the environment. The Institute is also responsible for a range of national mapping programs and resource inventories related to land cover, forestry, agriculture, landscape and the environment.
The NFLI is subordinate to the Ministry of Agriculture and Food. The Institute provides knowledge to the authorities, the business community and the general public in order to contribute to the sustainable management of and value creation based on land resources through research and data management. The Institute has 220 employees in total. The main office is in Ås, just south of Oslo, and there are regional offices in northern, central and western Norway.
Key project tasks:
- LCA (Life Cycle Analysis) and product economic assessment on behalf of the project