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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...

InnoRenew CoE exhibition: Frames of science

Researchers from the InnoRenew CoE research centre have documented the phases of their scientific work and their experiments with wood and renewable...

What are the training needs and challenges in the Green Care...

The Green4C project aims to organise diverse activities such as an online training course, a business innovation challenge, a specialisation school and...

SINCERE Talks webinar #1: Forests and water

The European project SINCERE (Spurring INnovations for forest eCosystem sERvices in Europe), funded by the Horizon 2020 programme, is organising its first webinar...

Virtual conference on European Forests: Hotspots of Biodiversity

Forests are an important part of the European landscape and crucial for reaching the objectives of the European Green Deal and the...

Medforval seeks volunteers to support the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

Have you implemented a successful ecosystem restoration which has had social and economic benefits? Volunteers are needed to take part in a...

IUCN virtual launch: Global Standard for Nature-based Solutions

After a successful global consultation, the first version of the Global Standard for Nature-based Solutions (NbS) is now finalised and will be...

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...

EFIMED’s June newsletter is out now!

EFIMED's June newsletter is now available. In this issue readers will enjoy as a top story the article by EFI's director Marc...