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Drought emergency underlines need for coordinated action across the Mediterranean

The Mediterranean Basin, the second largest biodiversity hotspot of the world, is under severe threats due to climate change. Water scarcity, a long-known and widespread...

What forestry model do we want in Europe?

The Union of Foresters of Southern Europe (USSE) and the Basque Government through HAZI Fundazioa will hold a conference entitled "Climate resilience, forest fires,...

Protecting your home from forest fires at zero cost: saving forests...

When a house, a garden, or private land burns down, it is not just property that burns. What goes away are the daily lives...

Call for scientific sessions for the Fire in the Earth System...

After the successful meetings in Valencia and Granada, the Third Fire in the Earth System Congress (fEs2024) will be held in Cáceres (Spain) with...

10 scientific recommendations for keeping forests alive

Faced with persistent droughts, heatwaves, erosion due to torrential rain, nutrient loss, infestations and major fires, Catalonia’s forests are alarmingly vulnerable at present. Meanwhile,...

New episode of Branching out explores forest biodiversity

A new Branching out: the forest podcast episode is out! This time the conversation is about the relationship between biodiversity and other services forests...

FOREST EUROPE High-Level Talks 2023

Forest Europe invites high-level representatives to their High-Level Policy Dialogue "Growing healthier forests: How can Sustainable Forest Management enhance resilience?". The event will take place on 9 November...

Mediterranean conifers found to be resistant to drought due to their...

Two recent studies on two relict Mediterranean conifers threatened by climate change, the Spanish fir (Abies pinsapo) and the Atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica) investigate...

Economic and policy analysis in sustainable forest management: call for submissions

Economic and policy analysis plays a crucial role in managing forests, balancing economic growth, environmental conservation, and social welfare. This approach, rooted in 19th-century...

Share your views on a new Fire Education Platform!

Extreme wildfires are a global threat, and the European Commission is investing significant resources in researching and developing new models for their investigation. One...

Wildfire risk planning and prevention: innovations in the Mediterranean and beyond

Wildfires, a natural part of ecosystems, pose significant environmental and socio-economic risks due to climate change and their destructive impact on local populations. Traditionally,...