A November reading not to be missed: EFI Mediterranean Network News!

EFI's Mediterranean Facility shares this November's news full of contributions from its network, articles of interest, new initiatives from the forest community and an agenda of events for the coming months.

EFIMED’s Sven Wunder again among Highly Cited Researchers!

EFI is pleased to announce that Principal Scientist, Sven Wunder, has been named Highly Cited Researcher, according to the Highly Cited Researchers 2019 list from the Web of Science Group.

Facing Forest Fires: Visions and actions for global fire-resilient landscapes

Socioeconomic perspectives and world experiences to manage and mitigate forest fire risks caught international attention in a two-day conference held in Madrid in October.

October highlights in a new issue of EFI’s Mediterranean Network News!

EFI’s Mediterranean Facility is packed with the latest October news with insights into the most significant events of the month. This edition begins with a lead article on the event on catastrophic forest fires and resilient landscapes held in Madrid.

EFI strengthening links between forest stakeholders

Metsäkeskus visiting forest institutions across Spain

Back with the first autumn updates from EFI's Mediterranean Network!

EFI’s Mediterranean Facility is back with September’s Network News featuring an open letter written by our director Marc Palahí to convince global leaders to put the world’s forests at the centre of the global political agenda.

INCREDIBLE news and events for autumn

After the summer break, INCREDIBLE project is gearing up for a busy autumn of events and meetings. There are four science-to-practice events already in the calendar and the third round of inter-regional workshops starts in November in Tunisia (wild nuts & berries) and Sardinia (cork).

Retro-innovation working for wildfire prevention: Shepherds’ contracts to reduce biomass and maintain fuelbreaks

The Andalusian Network of Grazed Fuel Breaks in Spain incorporates extensive livestock grazers in fire prevention activities to reduce the high costs of mechanical clearance of forests.

Resilient landscapes to face catastrophic forest fires: global insights towards a new paradigm

We live in a changing world. Droughts and shifts in climate lead to hotter, dryer, and windier seasons in many temperate areas. People are increasingly relocating to where urban areas and forests meet. In many regions, including across the Mediterranean, abandonment of traditional agriculture, forestry, and other land uses have led to a build-up of biomass in forests.