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Promoting social integration through sustainable forestry

“You are here to have fun, and to enjoy the forest,” began Joachim Englert, shouting from where he stood, perched nobly with...

Towards a long-term solution to coexist with fire in Mediterranean areas

In southern European areas, fire-regimes are not fuel-limited since the fragmented cultural landscape is rapidly evolving to dense regenerating forests where managed agricultural lands...

How the cork sector is putting circular economy into practice

The Circular Economy is shown as an alternative to the traditional model of production and consumption, with the added value of being able to...

Illegal trade placing Pindos wild orchids at risk, scientists warn

Article originally posted by the Athens News Agency. Overharvesting to meet skyrocketing demand in Turkey and elsewhere is placing the endemic wild orchid population in...

European Commission promotes new bioeconomy action plan

Through a new bioeconomy strategy unveiled this October, the European Commission aims to address modern global challenges such as climate change by elevating sustainable...

The forests that store the most carbon are also the richest...

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...

Forest management in Europe will not stop global warming

Article originally posted on the CREAF blog. The Paris Agreement includes a commitment to sustainable forest management as a means of putting the brakes on...