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Summer school on wood and forest in the Hautes Alpes: call for...

The summer school is part of a week of meetings around wood and forest with a wide range of activities including a survey of the...

Forests in Women’s Hands

Connecting women in forestry is the central theme of the international networking event, International Conference on Women in Forestry, hosted by the Austrian Research...

Sustainable future needs alliances for a circular economy

PEFC Spain held a Virtual Forum entitled "Building the future: sustainability, business, society and consumers" held last 19 November. During the Forum, guest speakers...

Survey on the impact of COVID-19 in the forest management sector

Can Earth Observation services for silviculture help business continuity during the COVID-19 situation? The H2020 My Sustainable Forest project has developed a pre-commercial service...

Participate in the “Forests for Society” photo contest!

In view of the 8th Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forests in Europe, to be held on 28-29 October 2020 in Bratislava, Slovakia,...

Co-constructing in difficult times: isn’t that what social innovation is all...

This post was originally thought to be a wrap-up of the SIMRA project, and summary of what we lived in our SIMRA Final Conference...

Sponsoring a forest: experiences with corporate social responsibility

Forests are an essential part of the terrestrial ecosystem. They are indispensable to ensure the balance of ecosystems and to combat climate change. Social...

When social innovation grows strong: The case of ADFs in Catalonia

We at the Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia (CTFC) invited different SIMRA project stakeholders to a Validation Workshop in Solsona (Lleida, Spain)...

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,...