Publications

Download a complete list of scientific publications by EFI researchers: 2020 |2019 |2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013

 

Published on
Rigorous impact evaluations of local REDD+ (reduced emissions from deforestation and forest degradation) initiatives have shown some positive outcomes for forests, while well-being impacts have been
Mediterranean
REDD+
Published on
Social innovations are grassroots processes aiming to achieve impacts beyond an individual level and towards a broader societal good. The environmental dimension of impacts refers to any direct change
Bioeconomy
Innovation
Mediterranean
Sustainability
Published on
The aim of this study is to assess the potential of Earth Observation and climate data for the forestry sector focusing on the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S). Although forestry researchers
Climate change
Mediterranean
Resilience
Published on
Social innovation (SI) impacts are long-term changes that affect different dimensions of territorial capital (i.e., economy, society, environment, governance) for the territory in which SI occurs. Yet
Capacity building
Innovation
Mediterranean
Rural development
Published on
Despite the growing interest in social innovation (SI) in agriculture, the literature lacks validated tools for evaluating such initiatives. This paper provides an empirical application of the
Capacity building
Innovation
Mediterranean
Rural development
Published on
Social innovations can tackle various challenges related to gender equity in rural areas, especially when such innovations are initiated and developed by women themselves. Researchers in this paper
Capacity building
Innovation
Mediterranean
Rural development
Published on
European forests are expanding and becoming denser following the widespread abandonment of farmland and rural areas. Spontaneous forest regrowth provides a cost‐effective opportunity to restore
Climate change
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean
Resilience
Published on
Sacred forests are an integral component of the mountainous cultural landscape of northern Greece, hypothesised to be the result of both ecological processes and site-specific forest management
Ecosystem services
Governance
Mediterranean
Published on
The original paper From principles to practice in paying for nature’s services, led to a critical response from Esteve Corbera (UAB) and his collaborators (Wells et al.) who wrote to defend simplified
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean
Policy