May’s Mediterranean Facility Network News out now!

    Photo: Pexels

    May’s edition of EFI Network News from the Mediterranean Facility features the research analysis on the economic value of mushroom picking in Catalonia, the first cross-cutting seminar of the Innovation Networks of Cork, Resins and Edibles in the Mediterranean basin (INCREDIBLE) project in Italy, the creation of the first voluntary carbon market in Spain as well as other articles reporting the international forest regime complex, forest fires prevention strategies and more news on halting climate change, among many other highlights.

    As ever, this edition includes calls, upcoming events and publications from all over the Mediterranean, as well as items of interest from elsewhere.

    Read now!

    Subscribe to receive the bulletin every month in your inbox!

    Contribute to the next issue!: Contact: Sarah Adams, Editor, EFI Mediterranean Facility, Barcelona.

    Previous articleWhat is mushroom picking worth? Data collection strategies and valuation methods in Catalonia
    Next articleFire resilient territories required to tackle extreme wildfire crisis
    EFIMED is the Mediterranean Facility of the European Forest Institute. Based in Barcelona, Spain, it was launched in 2007.