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Bioproducts |

7 December 2018

Wine corks are made of the bark from the Quercus Suber or cork oak. The bark is extracted from the tree by highly skilled labourers, and while the cork oak regrows its protective...

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Socioeconomics |

28 November 2018

Network of knowledge for efficient private forests (Net4Forest) is Erasmus+ project, which started on 01.09.2018 and will last 3 years. It includes institutions from Slovenia,...

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Bioproducts |

26 November 2018

In this Euronews 360 report, you can see how wine corks are made and why scientists are worried about the future. This report was made with CTFC’s collaboration....

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Bioproducts |

22 November 2018

Under EU-funded project “The Amur Coalition for Participatory Governance over Natural Resources”, CTFC has participated in the seminars addressed to stakeholders of the honey...

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BioproductsNews |

27 April 2018

On the 7th of June 2018, SecureChain will host its Final Conference in Brussels, Belgium. The conference will bring together professionals and stakeholders in bioenergy, notably...

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Forest fires and other disturbances |

18 April 2018

The workshop has offered a space for knowledge exchange dealing with wildfires, floods, storms and avalanches, with special emphasis on the emergency management phases, social...

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Forests and water |

4 April 2018

A new science-policy report from EFI demonstrates how different Climate-Smart Forestry measures in three European regions can enhance the role of forests in tackling climate...

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Forest fires and other disturbances |

6 February 2018

Treatments performed in Pinus nigra forests, which include the use of prescribed fire, reduce the vulnerability of forests to generate high intensity and extreme fires, and...

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Bioproducts |

30 January 2018

Innovations for the services that forests provide to society are the focus of a new European project funded under Horizon 2020 Responding to society’s demands for services such...

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