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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
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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
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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
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Payments for Environmental Services (PES) constitute an innovative economic intervention to counteract the global loss of biodiversity and ecosystem functions. In theory, some appealing features
Ecosystem services
Mediterranean
Policy
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In the last two decades, attention on forests and ownership rights has increased in different domains of international policy, particularly in relation to achieving the global sustainable development
Forest management
Forest owners
Governance
Mediterranean
Policy
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Governing land use to achieve sustainable outcomes is challenging, because land systems manifest complex land use spillovers - i.e. processes by which land use changes or direct interventions in land
Governance
Land use
Mediterranean
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Local projects for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) were frequently designed as pilot actions to inform future upscaled initiatives. Drawing lessons from these
Ecosystem services
Governance
Mediterranean
REDD+
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This paper presents an operational framework which was designed to support the early governance of social innovation actions. This framework was applied to co-construct seven innovation actions across
Capacity building
Civil society
Governance
Innovation
Mediterranean
Policy
Rural development
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The aim of this article is to investigate whether agroforestry, the practice of integrating woody vegetation and agricultural crops and/or livestock, could be a management tool to reduce wildfires in
Agroforestry
Biodiversity
Bioeconomy
Climate change
Ecosystem services
Forest fires
Forest management
Mediterranean