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JRC report examines ‘wicked problem’ of bioenergy from woody biomass

Bioenergy as a ‘wicked problem’ Forests are often seen as a promising solution for the two major environmental crises of our era: climate change and the...

Global Forest Summit puts forests at the heart of the international...

As the main carbon terrestrial sink on earth, forests are our best allies in the face of climate emergency. On a global scale, they absorb...

Wood Industry looking forward to a greener future

During its meeting CEI-Bois presented its Advocacy Report, a comprehensive overview of its main advocacy activities, carried out in 2020. In the report the...

Forest management key to enhancing Mediterranean ecosystem services

Key relevant ecosystem services provided by Mediterranean forests in Catalonia region show lower values of potential supply nowadays than in 1990. During the last...

Innovative eco-construction with insulation panels of Mediterranean wood and cork

In Europe, the wood used to produce cross laminated timber (CLT) that is currently used for ecological construction generally grows in productive forests in...

Italian forests preserve ecosystem services through sustainable management

The Regional Authority for Agriculture and Forestry Services of the Lombardy Region (ERSAF in Italian) and Union of Municipalities Valdarno and Valdisieve (UCVV in...

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...

Latest tree monitoring technologies support climate adaptation and mitigation

There is a strong connection between tree ecosystems and the climate system. However, the feedback between the two relies on a range of factors,...

Wildfire risk planning and prevention: innovations in the Mediterranean and beyond

Wildfires, a natural part of ecosystems, pose significant environmental and socio-economic risks due to climate change and their destructive impact on local populations. Traditionally,...