Wooden Skyscrapers: Goodbye to glass and steel? Watch our Assistant Director Lauri Hetemäki discussing the climate benefits of wood construction on TRT World.
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EFI in the news
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|Süddeutsche Zeitung |
In July 2019, EFI's Principal Natural Scientist Marcus Lindner was asked to comment on an article in . about the potential of large-scale forest restoration for climate change mitigation. The comments were used by various media.
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|SWR Aktuell, Jul 2019||Interview starts at 16:42 min, in German|
|Deutschlandfunk Kultur, Jul 2019||EFI's senior expert Alexander Held interviewed by Stephan Karkowsky about the causes of forest fires|
|El Pais, Jun 2019||EFI Director Marc Palahi and Xavier Marcet talk about the opportunities offered by the bioeconomy|
|Forestopic, Apr 2019||EFI's Planted Forests Facility is featured in this article about forest regeneration|
|Macedonian MRT morning talk show, Mar 2019||EFI researcher Nataša Lovrić talked about her lecture in the presentation series of the alumni to the academic community of University "St. Cyril and Methodius" in Skopje for its 70 years celebration.|
|El Pais, Mar 2019||EFI Director Marc Palahi explains how forests and education can build a sustainable future.|
|Deutsche Welle, Mar 2019||Deforestation and degradation in Latin America, featuring discussion of planted forests.|
|The Mainichi, Feb 2019|| |
Forests for sustainable urban development: 'Biocity' as the solution to minimise the use of fossil fuel based resources
|EFI Director Marc Palahi features in Japan's Mainichi newspaper, talking about the biocity concept as a future solution for our urbanised world.|