BioEUParks project borns to answer to a crucial question: how to match nature and biodiversity conservation with sustainable exploitation of woody biomass for energy purpose? This implies to change the perspective when looking at the bioenergy policy: putting the respect of nature and the preservation of ecosystem and biodiversity as the starting point. At the same time, this choice implies a new way to see the Parks’ role, not only a body in charge of managing natural and protected areas, but also a key actor in trigger new way of local development matching nature conservation and social and economic growth. So how the project proposes to the parks to manage this role? The final publishable report of the project aims at giving all these answers and to help other Parks and stakeholders to develop other sustainable biomass supply chains all around Europe.