International Association for Mediterranean Forests

The International Association for Mediterranean Forests (AIFM), founded in 1996, has for purpose to facilitate knowledge, experiences and ideas exchange on Mediterranean forest landscapes with a cross-field, multidisciplinary and international approach.

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hectares of Mediterranean forests and woodlands
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projects carried out by AIFM since its creation
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years of action for Mediterranean forests

LAST NEWS

AIFM’s 2020 moral report has just come out

AIFM’s 2020 moral report has just come out Following the 26th General Assembly of 27th April 2021 which adopted it, AIFM’s 2020 moral report has just been published.  This document presents our main activities of last year, describing the achievements of the Interreg MED INHERIT project, the MEDLENTISK project or the new accreditation recognizing AIFM’s status as ...

MEDLENTISK: first joint learning event in Chania

MEDLENTISK: First joint learning event in Chania From Tuesday 29 June 2021 to Thursday 1 July 2021, the first MEDLENTISK joint learning event was held at the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (MAICh), located on the island of Crete in Greece. Co-organised by MAICh, the region of Crete and the AIFM, this event took place ...

RESTOR’MED FORESTS, Beginning of the first field trips

RESTOR’MED FORESTS, Beginning of the first field trips Landscape of the National Park of Talassemtane From April 5 to 11, 3 students of École National Forestières d’Ingénieurs (ENFI) of Rabat-Salé in collaboration with partners of RESTOR’MED FOREST project began the first field visits in the National Park of Talassemtane (a UNESCO site):  These field trips ...

Launch of the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

Launch of the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration  On occasion of World Environment Day, celebrated every year since 1974 on June 5, the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration was officially launched!   This 2021-2030 Decade aims to fight against the current environmental emergencies: the loss of biodiversity, climate change and increasing pollution.  To ...

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