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Stepping into summer with EFIMED’s June newsletter!

EFIMED’s June newsletter is now available. In this issue, readers will enjoy as main news all about the final event of the...

On-line viewer for the past and present R&D cork oak plots

The Cork Oak and Cork Competence Center in Portugal launched by the end of May 2022, an on-line viewer for the Past...

All-IUFRO Conference 2022: Forests in a Volatile World

The conference will explore the critical roles of research for the conservation and sustainable management of forests and trees under rapidly changing...

Local initiatives to mitigate wildfire risk in Spain

Spain, like many other countries in Europe, has been burning for the last few weeks. The wildfire in Sierra de la Culebra,...

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...

Cork, vital for the growth of the wine economy

In recent years, the market share of premium wines at national and international level has increased considerably. But what are the keys...

Improving community land management through association arrangements in Portugal

The Center for Applied Ecology Baeta Neves (CEABN) is currently conducting a research project called SAFER-LANDS, which is focused on exploring an...

Advanced vocational training on valuation of ecosystem services for the Mediterranean

The European Forest Institute Mediterranean Facility (EFIMED) organised, together with the host CIHEAM (International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Studies) and ICARDA, the...

Bosquescuela: grow and learn in and from nature!

Playing outside while learning for life! What is already practiced in Bosquescuela Cerceda (Madrid, Spain) is being planned for two places in...

Governing abandoned land: Storylines on natural forest regrowth in France and...

We highlight three out of five different stories we identified in our study about natural forest regrowth on abandoned land in France...