How Europe's forests regenerate—without any human interference

Yannek Käber, a doctoral student in the Professorship of Forest Ecology at ETH Zurich, and his colleagues from ETH and WSL together with the European Forest Research Initiative (EuFoRIa), have taken a look at regeneration ...

Football pitch of tropical forest lost every 5 seconds

Earth lost an area of carbon-absorbing rainforest larger than Switzerland or the Netherlands in 2022, most of it destroyed to make way for cattle and commodity crops, an analysis of satellite data released Tuesday revealed.

Putting a price tag on the amenity value of private forests

When it comes to venturing into and enjoying nature, forests are the people's top choice—at least in Denmark. This is also reflected in the sales prices of properties with private forest. But beyond earnings potential, ...

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