Silva Mediterranea - Sustainable Financing Mechanisms Working Group (WG6)
Mediterranean Forest Weeks
Silva Mediterranea, along with its regional partners, is committed to organising a Mediterranean Forest Week every two years in a member country.
The Mediterranean Forest Week has been conceived as a common regional platform for cooperation on Mediterranean forests, aiming at improving the dialogue between the Mediterranean forest research community, policy-makers and the relevant stakeholders as well as at communicating to the international community and the society at large the relevance and challenges affecting Mediterranean forests.
Fourth Mediterranean Forest Week to be held in Barcelona (17 to 20 March 2015)
Third Mediterranean Forest Week - Tlemcen 2013
The Third Mediterranean Forest Week will be held in Tlemcen on 17 - 21 March 2013
(See final agenda of the III MFW).
Second Mediterranean Forest Week - Avignon 2011
Sessions and meetings of this event will discuss:
Besides Silva Mediterranea, the Second Mediterranean Forest Week is organised by EFIMED (Secretariat), AIFM, ARCMED, the Mediterranean Forest Model Network (MFMN), COFOR-International with the support of INRA and the Ministry of Agriculture of France.
First Mediterranean Forest Week - Antalya 2010
The first Mediterranean Forest Week was organised in Antalya (Turkey) and hosted by the Southwest Anatolia Forest Research Institute (SAFRI) on 13 - 16 April 2010.
During this first Mediterranean Forest Week a position paper on the contribution of forests and other wooded lands to food security in the Mediterranean was prepared by a panel of experts in the context of the third Enlarged Executive Committee of Silva Mediterranea. The panel of experts comprised members of Silva Mediterranea Enlarged Executive Committee, representatives of research organisations and networks, landowner associations and non-governmental organisations active in the Mediterranean.
This position paper was prepared to be included as part of the declaration of the Ministers of Agriculture at the Ministerial Conference of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) on Food security, Agriculture and Rural Development, originally scheduled on 15-16 June 2010, in Cairo (Egypt).