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Mediterranean forests play an important role in climate regulation, through their capacity to store carbon, for their contribution to cooling by shading and evapotranspiration, and in the impact of sustainable forest management on lowering carbon emissions in the region.

FutureForum Alps: My health, our climate

The climate crisis endangers our health, but at the same time the mountains also have a healing effect. The first Liechtenstein FutureForum Alps "My...

Greek fir’s radial growth: case studies on climate impact and European fir budworm presence

This new article examined tree rings to analyze their response to climate, such as extreme droughts and wet events, in Central Greece and Giona...
Forest near Viterbo

CMCC offers a Post Doc/Researcher position in climate change and forestry

The Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC) is a scientific research center that works on climate change and its interactions with the environment, society, and the...
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Forest-based climate change mitigation and adaptation in Europe

The European Forest Institute (EFI) published a new study with the title Forest-based climate change mitigation and adaptation in Europe in the From Science...

Inspire for the Future – The Role of Forests in Ensuring Sustainable Production and...

Join the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) and IUFRO World Congress 2024|...
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European geoportal maps and monitors marginal lands for carbon sequestration capacity

During the last three years Cesefor has participated in the MAIL project, an initiative funded under the Horizon 2020 program, whose acronym stands for...

ESP Europe 2020 Regional Conference

The Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) is happy to announce that its third ESP Europe Regional conference will take place in Tartu, Estonia from 21-24 September 2020....

Green and climate finance opportunities in the Mediterranean region

On 4 to 7 November 2019 a capacity-building workshop on the opportunities for green and climate financing in the Mediterranean region gathered eighteen participants...

Forests increase Earth’s carbon sequestration capacity

This article was originally posted on the CREAF Blog. Recently, terrestrial ecosystems have been absorbing 15-30% of CO2 emissions caused by human activity. An...

The forests that store the most carbon are also the richest in biodiversity

Article originally posted on the CREAF blog. There are many reasons for preserving forests, but two of the most frequently mentioned are their capacity to...

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Latitude or altitude may save us?

A second article in a planned series of three reports the results of ongoing research on the potential effects of climate change on terrestrial...

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