Theme: Knowledge transfer & communication

The mobile app Vigil’Encre enables citizens to detect the chestnut ink disease (CID) – the most damaging disease for chestnut trees. Vigil’Encre applies a
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The forest area of stone pine, Pinus pinea, has increased significantly in Portugal in the last 30 years, following the same trend of other
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Silvo-pastoral systems are quite common in the Alentejo region of south Portugal. Bringing together economic profitability and ecological sustainability is challenging and requires a
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The main objective of Biocastanea is the sustainability of chestnut orchards as a natural, cultural, economic and landscape element, through the transfer of technical
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In order to contribute to greater market transparency, APFC – Associação de Produtores Florestais, conducts an impartial sampling and issues since 2015 a press
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The aim is to present a methodology that allows the optimal management of Pinus pinea stands to be determined from an economic perspective when
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The association “Gemme la forêt d’Aquitaine” was founded on 7 March 2014. Its aim is to revive resin extraction in the Landes de Gascogne
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Researchers and forest managers interested in the study of the resin resource have difficulties in locating and accessing experimental data generated in previous projects. This
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The work analyses the multifunctionality of cork oak forests and the benefits in terms of ecosystem services (CICES 2018, MAES 2017) in Sardinia. Supply,
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Greece was until recently considered as a country where mushroom consumption was limited to few species per region. Mushroom were for most Greeks an
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