October highlights in a new issue of EFI’s Mediterranean Network News!

EFI's Mediterranean Facility is packed with the latest October news with insights into the most significant events of the month. This edition begins with...

Back with the first autumn news from EFI’s Mediterranean Network!

EFI’s Mediterranean Facility is back with September's Network News featuring an open letter written by our director Marc Palahí to convince global leaders to...

Open Letter: An urgent need to put forests on the global agenda

An urgent need to put forests on the global agenda Climate change has reached a tipping point, becoming a climate crisis that is having a...

EFI’s Mediterranean Facility Network News July special edition now available!

Before EFI’s Mediterranean Facility goes on holiday, we are happy to share with you this July’s Network News, which includes articles, blog entries and...

Welcoming summer with the latest Network News from the Mediterranean!

We warmly welcome the summer season with a new June edition of EFI Network News from the Mediterranean Facility, which includes reflections and articles...

May’s Mediterranean Facility Network News out now!

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...

Read the latest from April’s Mediterranean Facility Network News!

April's edition of EFI Network News from the Mediterranean Facility features the Open Innovation Challenge launched by the Innovation Networks of Cork, Resins and...
6th Mediterranean Forest Week

Mediterranean Forest Week: join us in seeking forest-based solutions

2 April 2019, Brummana, Lebanon. As the Sixth Mediterranean Forest Week draws near, the European Forest Institute Mediterranean Facility (EFIMED) is pleased to announce...

Wildfire risk planning and prevention: innovations in the Mediterranean and beyond

Wildfires, a natural part of ecosystems, pose significant environmental and socio-economic risks due to climate change and their destructive impact on local populations. Traditionally,...