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Publication Bank


EFI Publications

What Science Can Tell Us Based on collective scientific expert reviews providing interdisciplinary background information on key and complex forest-related issues for policy and decision makers, citizens and society in general
From Science to Policy Brings together cross-boundary scientific knowledge and expertise to strengthen science-policy dialogue
Knowledge to Action Brings a wide range of research, projects and initiatives on forest-related issues closer to society

You can also find in the Publication Bank:

Annual reports EFI News (1993-2016) ThinkForest briefs (2013-2016)
Project publications and final reports Policy Briefs Discussion Papers (1997-2012)
Technical Reports (2000-2017) Research Reports (1994-2011) Proceedings (1994-2010)

View scientific articles published externally, including in journals and project materials

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As part of the celebrations for EFI’s 20th year in 2013, we produced a special anniversary book. “Celebrating 20 years of forest networking in Europe” gives a voice to EFI’s network – their memories
Network
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This report provides a condensed and structured description and assessment of forest-focused and forest-related policies and of actor constellations at the European level. It covers pan-Europe and the
Governance
Policy
Policy support
ThinkForest
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The European Forest Institute jointly with University of Molise has implemented a scoping study on the spatial distribution of forest ownership in Europe. Knowledge on this topic is of high relevance
Forest owners
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Recent research indicates that it is most likely climate change will exceed a 2 °C rise in mean global temperature by 2100 – without drastic policy change mean temperature may rise between 3 and 6 °C
Climate change
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This report compiles the main findings of the COST strategic workshops on Foresight on Future Demand for Forest-based Products and Services. More information Recommended citation: Päivi Pelli and
Forest products
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In this issue: How do forests adapt to climate change? Habitats for tree species shift as climate changes Adaptive management options for forest owners Mapping the risk to European forests Crunching
Climate change
Forest management
Forest owners
Members
Network
Risk
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More information Download the EFI Annual Report 2012 Supplement
Capacity building
Policy support
Research
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In this issue: Following Rio +20: European forests and the green economy Role of the fibre-based industry in the bioeconomy Forest sector in a bioeconomy Russia's WTO membership and the European
Bioeconomy
Members
Network
Research
Trade
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The Mediterranean region is considered as one of the globe’s “conflict hotspots” due to its political instability, difficult socio-economic conditions, its geo-energy position and the state of its
Mediterranean
Research
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Los Pagos por Servicios Ambientales (o ecosistémicos) (PSA) constituyen un mecanismo de incentivos cada vez más popular. Los propietarios o gestores de la tierra reciben un pago por la provisión de
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean
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Payments for environmental (or ecosystem) services (PES) are an increasingly popular incentive mechanism. Landowners or managers are paid for the provision of certain environmental services, or for a
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean
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More information Recommended citation: Irina Prokofieva, Sven Wunder, Enrico Vidale. 2012. Πληρωμές για Περιβαλλοντικές Υπηρεσίες – Μια πορεία προς το μέλλον για τα δάση της Μεσογείου; Policy Brief 7
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean
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More information Recommended citation: Jean-Louis Martres, Jean-Michel Carnus et Christophe Orazio. 2012. Les indicateurs MCPFE sont-ils intéressants pour les forêts plantées? Document de discussion
Planted forests
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Les paiements pour services environnementaux (ou écosystémiques) – PSE – sont des outils économiques incitatifs et de plus en plus utilisés. Les propriétaires ou les gestionnaires sont payés par les
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean
Policy
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I pagamenti per servizi ambientali (o ecosistema) (PES) costituiscono un meccanismo di incentivazione sempre più comune. I proprietari o i gestori sono pagati per la fornitura di certi servizi
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean