EU Blueprint on Green Care

  • 2021

Find out more by reading this Green4C publication about EU Blueprint on Green Care: Nature for Health, Well-being and Social Inclusion.

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Nature for Health, Well-being and Social Inclusion

Final Conference & Brochure INCREDIBLE project

  • 15-16.04.21

On 15-16 April, the INCREDIBLE project celebrates its Final Conference online. The event, co-organised by the European Forest Institute (EFI) and Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Universidade de Lisboa (ISA), will explore and celebrate during 3 sessions the outcomes of the project with a special emphasis on the flagship initiatives and important achievements of each Interregional Innovation Networks (iNets).

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On 15-16 April, the INCREDIBLE project celebrates its Final Conference online. The event, co-organised by the European Forest Institute (EFI) and Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Universidade de Lisboa (ISA), will explore and celebrate during 3 sessions the outcomes of the project with a special emphasis on the flagship initiatives and important achievements of

How can National Forest Funds catalyse the provision of ecosystem services

  • 2021

National Forest Funds (NFFs) are a significant source of funding for the forestry sector. In this paper, we analysed three NFF case studies (Costa Rica, Morocco, and Vietnam) in order to assess, with operational examples, if and to what extent NFFs already operate on Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) or PES-like mechanisms.

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National forest funds and Payments for Ecosystem Services in Costa Rica, Morocco and Vietnam.

Sustainable climate investments 2020

  • 2020

The handbook, by ItaSIF with inputs coming from a working group, analyzes the crucial role of sustainable finance in view of achieving climate targets.

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The “Sustainable climate investments” handbook analyzes the crucial role of sustainable finance in view of achieving climate targets, both in terms of integrating sustainability considerations into investment choices, and in financing mitigation and adaptation solutions. Within the handbook, Etifor developed chapter 5.1 related to agriculture and forests. The first part of the chapter

Webinar for GSTC Members Sustainable tourism approaches to tackle the climate crisis

  • 18.11.20

On Wednesday 18th November, at 18 o’clock (Rome Time), our team will present the webinar titled “Sustainable tourism approaches to tackle the climate crisis: examples from destinations in Italy”during which Catie Burlando and Federico Pinato of Etifor will share insights and lesson learned from their work with two tourist destinations in Italy: Valsugana-Lagorai (a certified sustainable destination to the GSTC Criteria) and Alta Badia.

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With more frequent and more severe extreme events, the consequences of the climate crisis are affecting people and businesses alike and the touristic sector, in Italy, has not been spared by the fury of such events: in October 2018, Vaia storm destroyed thousands of hectares of forests of the most famous mountain touristic

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