EFIMED and other experts from both the Northern and Southern Mediterranean regions participated to present inspiring examples of social entrepreneurship, participatory approaches and land restoration concerning non-wood forest products.
Do you have an interesting solution or business idea to solve a technological, social or environmental challenge for non-wood forest products in the Mediterranean?
March's edition of EFI Mediterranean Facility News features the latest updates from Mediterranean Forest Week (MFW), the International Day of Forests, the publication of the first national report in Italy on forests and forestry as well as research projects about grafting techniques and genetic conservation, among many other highlights.
Territorial contracts and common labelling were key ideas arising out of the INCREDIBLE Interregional Workshop on “Resin extraction as a building block of sustainable forest multifunctionality”.
As the Sixth Mediterranean Forest Week draws near, the final agenda is now available for our plenary session on “Forest-based Solutions: linking non-wood forest products with the economy: participatory approaches".
As the Sixth Mediterranean Forest Week draws near, the EFI Mediterranean Facility is pleased to announce the final agenda for our plenary session on “Forest-based Solutions: linkin
From 1 to 5 April, during the VI Mediterranean Forest Week which will be held in Lebanon, the Social Innovation in Marginalised Rural Areas (SIMRA) Project organises a parallel workshop on social innovation in forest contexts.
Business-as-usual to manage forest fires is no longer possible, especially when countries are facing increasing risks due to climate change. Experts from Spain and around Europe met to discuss new strategies for facing forest fires in Europe and the Mediterranean.
Participate on the CMCC-EFI Webinar and celebrate International Day of Forests on March 21st at 15.00 CET
January's EFI Mediterranean Facility News features the launch of a new platform for the Mediterranean forest network, MedForest, European expert collaboration for ecosystem services and a social and economic project bringing hiking to the Lebanese landscape.