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New episode of Branching out explores forest-society connections

The fifth episode of Branching Out: the forest podcast, takes listeners on a captivating 30-minute exploration into the role of forests in shaping sustainable...

Landscape Fire Governance Framework: addressing complexity and uncertainty

Landscape fires are increasingly becoming a global problem, with over 300 million hectares burned annually. These fires are assuming increasingly extreme characteristics and causing...

Does land governance help prevent wildfires?

In Southern Europe, the impacts caused by large fires are increasingly significant, despite enhanced efforts in active firefighting and the introduction of direct prevention...

Open call for postdoc on socio-economic and governance of rural systems

The Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia (CTFC), is looking for a researcher in socio-economy and rural governance for a full-time position with...

CTFC is looking for a researcher on Natural Resources and Rural...

Reference: 22-11-00005 The Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia (CTFC) is looking for a Postdoc researcher to join the research group on Socioeconomics and...

Join the Mediterranean Youth Task Force!

In March 2022, Silva Mediterranea had a successful youth dialogue and created a regional youth statement that was presented by two young representatives at the High-Level...

From patient investments to DAO & crowdsourcing for afforestation, reforestation and plantation

Let me tell you our story, which we call Token and DAO Based Crowdsource 4 Afforestation (C4EST). The team of our C4EST project, formed...

Making change in wildfire management: Science-policy interaction

The training course "Making Change - Science Policy Interaction", organised by the European University of Cyprus in collaboration with the European Forest Institute (EFI),...

Webinar: Rural commons for thriving mountain community economies

What examples of new practices of commoning and community economies are there, which contribute to the creation of resilient and empowering commons? How can...

SINCERE PES paper sparks discussion in Nature Sustainability

The original paper From principles to practice in paying for nature’s services, led to a critical response from Esteve Corbera (UAB) and his collaborators (Wells...

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,...