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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/

Coronavirus, Macroeconomy and Forests: What Likely Impacts?

Join Sven Wunder, EFIMED's principal scientist, for an online seminar about the impact of COVID-19 on the macroeconomy and on forests. The...

Role of Science in Supporting Policymaking: A Post-COVID World

The ThinkForest Seminar 'Role of Science in Supporting Policymaking: A Post-COVID World' will take place online on next 20 May 2021. This...

Understanding RNA viruses in forest ecosystems to prevent future pandemics

Human pressure is greatly reducing the surface of European forest: more than half of Europe's forests have disappeared in the last 6,000...

Examining the Wide-Ranging Impact of COVID on Nature and Tourism Around...

The past few years have been terrible on the environment, with a previous post on MedForest explaining how Europe saw the highest record...

On pandemics and forest fires

The coronavirus crisis, as well as the recurrent forest fire crises we experience every year in many areas of the planet, are...

How important are trees during a pandemic quarantine?

While the COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed our way of life due to confinement, at the same time it is revealing a...

Coronavirus, markets, economy and forests: what’s ahead?

This opinion essay was originally published on the EFI blog. A globalized crisis