Looking to the future with the Mediterranean Forest Research Agenda 2030!

At the European Forest Institute we kick off the summer with the latest edition of the Mediterranean Facility newsletter. Among many news on...

Natural forest regrowth in Southwest Europe

A new BiodivERsA video illustrates the results of the SPONFOREST project. The project unravelled the potential of spontaneous forest regrowth in...

Job opening: EFIMED is seeking a Junior Researcher!

The European Forest Institute’s Mediterranean Facility (EFIMED) is seeking a Junior Researcher to provide support in research, project management and science outreach....

Fungal diversity in sacred groves versus managed forests in Epirus, NW...

Sacred groves are associated with small mountain villages, outlying churches, icon stands or abandoned monasteries, and can be found throughout the region...

Fungal diversity in sacred groves versus managed forests in Epirus, NW...

Sacred groves are associated with small mountain villages, outlying churches, icon stands or abandoned monasteries, and can be found throughout the region...

From COVID-19 to forests: tracing the real-time linkages

By Sven Wunder and Sarah Feder Originally posted on the EFI blog: https://blog.efi.int/from-covid-19-to-forests-tracing-the-real-time-linkages/