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Call for papers in Frontiers Special Issue: Global Change in Forests...

The scientific journal Frontiers in Forests and Global Change is working on a special issue entitled "Global Change in Forests and Their...

FIRE-RES project kicks-off: striving for a fire-resilient Europe

Driving a transition within the European Union towards a fire-resilient continent by developing a series of innovation actions that take into account...

EFI’s Sven Wunder once again ranked on global Highly Cited Researcher...

Originally posted on the EFI website: EFI Principal Scientist Sven Wunder is recognised as one of the world’s...

From COVID-19 to forests: tracing the real-time linkages

By Sven Wunder and Sarah Feder Originally posted on the EFI blog: https://blog.efi.int/from-covid-19-to-forests-tracing-the-real-time-linkages/

Productive reforestation for living rural landscapes

Ancient and unique agroforestry landscapes can be found in several Mediterranean countries, and are known as arks of bio-cultural heritage rooted in...

Launch of the H2020 project ONEforest for a common forest management

The Horizon project ONEforest - Multi-criteria decision support system for a common forest management to strengthen forest resilience, harmonise stakeholder interests and...

Coronavirus, Macroeconomy and Forests: What Likely Impacts?

Join Sven Wunder, EFIMED's principal scientist, for an online seminar about the impact of COVID-19 on the macroeconomy and on forests. The...

Enhancing Mediterranean integration

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Barcelona Process, this report examines the various dimensions of Mediterranean integration in today’s...

Forests, trees and the eradication of poverty: potential and limitations

On Thursday, 15 October 2020, a global assessment report on the role of forests and tree-based systems in poverty alleviation was launched...

Examining the economic drivers of wildfire: where there’s smoke, there’s finance

"The world is ablaze. Or so it seems, and the scenario is repeating itself every year now," says Dr. François-Nicolas Robinne, of...