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Resilient agriculture and forestry in the Mediterranean: what are the challenges?

Knowing how to reinforce resilient landscapes in the Mediterranean is important to identify what the needs and challenges are. The participants agreed that there...

50 innovative wildfire solutions enter the next phase of the FIRE-RES...

FIRE-RES consortium recently announced its Open Innovation Challenge (OIC) list of selected innovations. These innovations will receive tailored in-kind acceleration support and mentorship to...

MSc in Tropical Forestry: call for applications

The Master of Science in Tropical Forestry (academic period 2023-25) will start in October 2023. The course is taught in English at the Technische...

Feeling the forest: participatory methods to uncover the emotional dimension of...

Forests contribute to people’s quality of life in different ways. They provide materials such as timber, fibres, and non-wood forest products, which are sources...

Open call for postdoc on socio-economic and governance of rural systems

The Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia (CTFC), is looking for a researcher in socio-economy and rural governance for a full-time position with...

CTFC is looking for a researcher on Natural Resources and Rural...

Reference: 22-11-00005 The Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia (CTFC) is looking for a Postdoc researcher to join the research group on Socioeconomics and...

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 Communities: Analyzing...

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 socio-economic and...

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 most influential researchers, taking his place...

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/ A complex tug-of-war “A crisis like no other” is how Kristalina Georgieva, the...

Riparian forests as Nature-Based Solutions within the Mediterranean context

The Mediterranean Basin faces significant challenges due to anthropogenic changes impacting both natural ecosystems and human livelihoods. Among these challenges, floods stand out as...