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EFI’s Sven Wunder once again ranked on global Highly Cited Researcher...

Originally posted on the EFI website: EFI Principal Scientist Sven Wunder is recognised as one of the world’s...

Job opening: EFIMED is seeking a Junior Researcher!

The European Forest Institute’s Mediterranean Facility (EFIMED) is seeking a Junior Researcher to provide support in research, project management and science outreach....

The potential of wild forest products for Europe: key story in...

We are back in September bringing you a new edition of the EFIMED newsletter full of the latest news from our Mediterranean...

EFIMED’s newsletter gets a complete makeover and is back in September!

Last EFIMED newsletter of the summer! This July's issue is packed with news and has a fresher and more visually appealing look....

7th Mediterranean Forest Week: Forest and ecosystem restoration for the next...

Mediterranean forests are part of multifaceted landscapes, but heavily affected by centuries of human intervention. Despite an increase of 1.8 million hectares...

Looking to the future with the Mediterranean Forest Research Agenda 2030!

At the European Forest Institute we kick off the summer with the latest edition of the Mediterranean Facility newsletter. Among many news on...

Cork and wood stories: key toppings of EFIMED’s May newsletter

Cork and wood are the featured "ingredients" in this new edition of EFI's Mediterranean Facility newsletter. The main story in this May's...

H2020 project INCREDIBLE’s success tops EFIMED’s April newsletter

Before the end of April, EFI's Mediterranean Facility is pleased to share with its wide audience the monthly newsletter with the latest...

EFIMED’s March newsletter highlights forests’ multiple potentials

Before the start of the Easter holidays, EFI is pleased to share with you the latest news from our Mediterranean Network. This...

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...