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Hot off the press: November’s news from EFI’s Mediterranean network!

European projects coming full of news and events, while others are ending after three years of development and production. This November's newsletter...

University of Valladolid opens a permanent mission in Vietnam

Thanks to the BioEcoN project, there have been several years of collaboration between the University of Valladolid (UVa) and several universities in Vietnam. Now, this project has yielded...

Forest bioeconomy takes centre stage in EFIMED’s October newsletter

Forest bioeconomy is one of the main topics of the EFIMED newsletter this October. The autumn season has begun with many initiatives...

Integrating maquis vegetation to forest management plans in Turkey

Maquis vegetation is a Mediterranean shrubland type thatexpands across the south and west of Turkey, and composes its own habitat type as...

Forest management in the Mediterranean key to ecosystem services provision

Forests in the Mediterranean basin have historically contributed to human well-being and to national economies by providing multiple...

EFIMED newsletter is back with September’s top highlights!

The newsletter from EFI's Mediterranean Network is back full of news this September. After a summer break, this month's top story reports on...

MEDfOR Programme offered through 2025

The EU Erasmus Agency has funded the Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in Mediterranean Forestry and Natural Resources Management (MEDfOR) for 4 more...

Last EFIMED summer newsletter: back in September!

The European Forest Institute's Mediterranean Facility (EFIMED) office is going on summer holiday, though not before offering you the last newsletter of...

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...

How do dryland species adapt to climate challenges?

Trees are crucial organisms in many terrestrial ecosystems. Tree responses to climate variations could influence the global carbon and water cycles considerably...