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Water conservation | Project Manager Work with us

  • By 25 April, 2021

We are looking for a new colleague able to manage two EU research projects on water-food-energy nexus, exploring the tradeoffs among water uses for agriculture, energy, and ecological conservation. Find out more!

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Who we are Etifor restores the balance between humans and nature. How? By improving the value of nature through science, innovation and governance. Our work is to help clients increase economic, environmental and social benefits of policies, projects and investments. Together we will challenge environmental and social issues with the aim of

Circular Economy: rethinking the agri-food system

  • 2021

Why it is essential to rethink this sector and reverse the trend of the linear model that exploits ecosystems without giving nature time to regenerate? Find out more.

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Our linear development model requires more resources than the earth can provide. The Earth Overshoot Day, the day on which the world's population exhausts its ecological budget, is anticipated every year (WWF, 2016). The limits of linear consumption In order to satisfy the needs and lifestyles of the world's

UFOREST project

  • 2021 2023
  • UFOREST project
  • Sustainable investments
  • ItalyRomaniaIrelandNetherlandsSwedenSpain
  • European Commission
  • Ersaf
    Polimi
    Etifor | Valuing Nature
    EFI
    UAB
    Creaf
    Agresta
    Unitbv
    Forest Design Srl
    Trinity College Dublin
    Nbsi
    Green City Watch

The project aims at promoting Europe’s innovation capacity among universities, cities and businesses to deliver a new approach to Urban Forestry.

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Promoting a new approach to Urban Forestry in Europe

Communications Strategy Thailand’s REDD+ Programme

  • 2019 2020

This project “Development of a Communication Strategy and Assessing Information and Media Products for Thailand’s REDD+ Programme” support the Department of National Parks of the Royal Thai Government (RTG) in developing its REDD+ Strategy so that it is technically sound and environmentally and socially sustainable, as well as in compliance with World Bank safeguards policies.

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Reducing Emissions from Deforestation