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Environment and Human Health |

13 May 2021

A new study shows that cities with good tree cover and where the population perceives having access to parks or outdoor spaces can improve obesity, high blood pressure or...

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Environment and Human Health |

8 May 2021

This Erasmus+ project will develop and deliver a training program for future Forests for Health Coaches linking the health and forestry sectors. These Forests for Health Coaches...

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New forest products and bioeconomy |

29 April 2021

  30 scientists from 13 European countries, among them two of CTFC, have discovered evidence that throws into doubt the conclusions of the study claiming abrupt changes in...

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Forest fires and other natural hazards |

27 April 2021

A team from CTFC, CREAF and INBio-CIBIO of the University of Santiago de Compostela warn that the massive reforestation proposed by the European Union in the Green Deal should be...

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New forest products and bioeconomy |

14 April 2021

Today, Eduardo Collado presents his doctoral thesis “Effects of forest management, tree growth and climate on fungal communities”, at CTFC. The thesis has been...

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New forest products and bioeconomy |

25 February 2021

The results of a new study show that by means of a white mulching of the soil and with a small irrigation support, black truffle increases its competitiveness, thus adapting to...

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Environment and Human Health |

2 February 2021

A new study suggests that the quality of urban green spaces plays a fundamental role in their use and in their potential health effects, such as promoting physical activity and...

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Environment and Human Health |

21 January 2021

Land use and land cover data are a versatile tool when studying the relationship between the environment and people’s health.   A recent research analyses the...

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Environment and Human Health |

12 January 2021

A research team has developed a tool to evaluate the quality of urban green spaces to better understand their beneficial effects on health.  The study, led by ICTA-UAB, ISGlobal...

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