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New agenda focuses on Mediterranean forest resilience in the face of...

The Mediterranean forest research community has a new mandate for action to strengthen the resilience of Mediterranean forest ecosystems over the next...

New videos explain the wonders of the pine ecosystems in Portugal...

The Portuguese Competence Centre for Umbrella Pine and Pine Nut – Centro de Competências do Pinheiro manso e do Pinhão (CCPMP) –...

Open Innovation Challenge on forest bioeconomy in European regions

The Bioregions Facility of the European Forests Institute has launched its Open Innovation Challenge, in order to identify and support the uptake...

Place branding and forests: a win-win alliance for rural development 

Nowadays, branding is not only about products and goods, but also about places. The concept of place branding has become truly relevant...

Mountains and their sustainable management are leading aspects of the Way...

PEFC Galicia, the Galician Association for the Promotion of Forest Certification, presented its "PEFC on the French Way" project - an initiative...

Supporting cork oak forests in tackling climate change

The Catalan Cork Institute Foundation is starting a demonstration project "Dissemination of new cork oak forest management techniques to improve its productivity...

The bioeconomy and non-timber forest products

Non-wood forest products – such as nuts, mushrooms, berries, resins, etc. – are crucial for the bioeconomy, ensuring the sustainability of forest...

Natural and cultural heritage in forests

Forests are one of the most important examples of natural heritage in the Mediterranean and the rest of the world, due to...

Studying the benefits of cork stoppers for sparkling wines

The wine and cork sectors have joined forces in terms of sustainability and research through the SensoVI Operational Group, which aims to...

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...