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Opportunities for farm diversification in the circular bioeconomy
Help our research study about new wood-based products
Adopting a holistic and multi-actor approach, this 4-year project funded by EU H2020 aims to develop a full panel of scientific knowledge and practical solutions for the management of emerging native and non-native pests and pathogens threatening European forests.
Transnational projects such as PLURIFOR or COOPEREM join efforts to exchange solutions and coordinate the management of risks and threats to forests, whilst at the same time preparing the leaders for a better job in an international team.
MedForest is an open-access, contributor-driven platform for news, views and happenings related to Mediterranean forests, developed by the EFI Mediterranean Facility.
When Honduras decided to negotiate a timber trade deal with the EU in 2013, few imagined the profound effect of simply having forest stakeholders come together to talk about timber-related issues.
SINCERE project invites European-level experts to bring insight and experience on the development of the project’s eleven Case Studies.
Read about our recent seminar on leadership and bioeconomy
New H2020 project GenRes Bridge accelerates collaborative efforts and develop capacities across the three existing networks.
Follow EFIMED! EFI Mediterranean Facility has joined the Twitter social media platform. 

Open event: 11 February 2019, Barcelona, Spain

Leading experts in forest fires will meet in Barcelona to exchange ideas and strategies to address the increasing threat from wildfire in Europe and the Mediterranean.

The SINCERE project is listening to local voices to develop innovative solutions for ecosystem services
This new report provides science-based support for decision-making by synthesizing research results on various aspects of growing non-native tree species in Europe using Douglas-fir as an example.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the latest EVOLTREE funding round of the second half of 2018.
Can urban foresters really win the minds and hearts of urban dwellers when stressing the ecosystem services forests and trees provide?