The publication is focussed on integration of climate change adaptation measures to sustainable forest management in Europe. Besides Part II prepared by the team of authors, the publication also contains...
A new study from the European Forest Institute provides the first systematic assessment of the potential challenges, possibilities for the future and policy implications for Europe-China forest-based bioeconomy development.
The need for accurate information on the state and evolution of tropical forest types at regional and continental scales is widely recognized, particularly to analyze the forest diversity and dynamics, to assess degradation...
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