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Green roof innovation as part of Go Suber project to modernise...

The Catalan Cork Institute (ICSuro) is one of the 13 Spanish entities participating in the innovative project Go Suber (Operative Group for...

Non-wood forest products in Europe: seeing the forest around the trees

A major new publication paints a vivid and detailed picture on the value, role and potential of non-wood forest products (NWFP) in...

Resilient landscapes to face catastrophic forest fires: global insights towards a...

With the increasing threat and occurrence of catastrophic fire events around the globe, the need for new strategies for wildfire prevention and...

WWF Spain releases report on ‘superfires’ in the Mediterranean

Last month, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Spain released a new report on the risk of extreme fire events in the Mediterranean region....

Will you invest in the next generation? Join us for YLP-MED...

The first edition of EFI’s Young Leadership Programme – Mediterranean (2018) was a great success, with positive evaluations from participants and speakers alike. Will...

EFI’s Mediterranean Facility Network News July special edition now available!

Before EFI’s Mediterranean Facility goes on holiday, we are happy to share with you this July’s Network News, which includes articles, blog...

EU funding news: Ambitious €100 billion Horizon Europe proposal

The European Commission has published its proposal of an ambitious €100 billion programme, ‘Horizon Europe’, that will succeed Horizon 2020 as the...

Land Life Company boosts reforestation in the Mediterranean

Land Life Company, founded in 2013, operates at a global scale across more than 20 countries. However, in recent years, Spain and...

Upscaling forest and landscape restoration to meet the Paris goals

The FAO Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism is implementing the project “The Paris Agreement in action: Upscaling forest and landscape restoration to...

Agroforestry in Europe: a farmer’s testimony

Agroforestry is the practice of deliberately integrating woody vegetation (trees or shrubs) with crop and/or animal systems to benefit from the resulting ecological and...

Mapping forest innovation across Europe

A map of innovative ways in which forests are being employed and managed to provide benefits to people has been launched by...

Greece releases legislation proposal on wild edible mushrooms

Wild edible mushrooms are a valuable natural resource which has gained prominent economic, gastronomic and ecotouristic importance in recent years in Greece. As a...

Social innovation in the spotlight: Special Issue of Forest, Policy and...

This Special Issue, largely a product of the H2020 Social Innovation in Marginalised Rural Areas (SIMRA) project and its Thematic Session organised...

Bioeconomy as a long-term model for fighting forest fires

Hundreds of firefighters are fighting forest fires in southern Catalonia, Spain, as temperatures rose to 40 degrees Celsius and above across Europe....

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