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The forest cover is ever more under pressure, a changing climate and loss of biodiversity are two ongoing crises that increasingly threaten our forests. More frequent and more intense natural
Forest management
Resilience
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Climate change alters the operational environment of forest management. The need to increase forest resilience and manage forests based on the best available knowledge is urgent. However, it is
Climate change
Forest management
Research
Resilience
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Thinning treatments along with the establishment of mixed forest stands have been put forward as possible adaptation strategies to cope with climate change, although the effectiveness of combining
Climate change
Mediterranean
Research
Resilience
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Nature-based solutions including urban forests and wetlands can help communities cope better with climate change and other environmental stressors by enhancing social-ecological resilience. Natural
Climate change
Resilience
Urban forests
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"A balancing act: principles, criteria and indicator framework to operationalize social-ecological resilience of forests" helps us to understand how we can manage forest to become more resilient now
Bioeconomy
Climate change
Ecosystem services
Forest management
Forest owners
Resilience
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Over the last decades, the natural disturbance is increasingly putting pressure on European forests. Shifts in disturbance regimes may compromise forest functioning and the continuous provisioning of
Climate change
Ecosystem services
Forest management
Pests
Policy
Research
Resilience
Storms
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Forest management practices might act as nature-based methods to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and slow anthropogenic climate change and thus support an EU forest-based climate change mitigation
Climate change
Forest management
Resilience
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Forests play a key role in a bio-based economy by providing renewable materials, mitigating climate change, and accommodating biodiversity. However, forests experience massive increases in stresses in
Biodiversity
Climate change
Ecosystem services
Governance
Research
Resilience
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Heatwaves exert disproportionately strong and sometimes irreversible impacts on forest ecosystems. These impacts remain poorly understood at the tree and species level and across large spatial scales
Research
Resilience