Forest Communicators Network for the Mediterranean and Near East

The network is open to individuals, members of public and private sector, representatives of organizations, institutions, and other networks of interest and connected to the forest related issues. All individuals directly or indirectly related to forestry sectors such as users, decision makers, beneficiary or environmentalists, sociologists, anthropologists etc..

The network is expected to inform and communicate important aspects of the forests in the Mediterranean and the Near East region all in line with the challenges and opportunities these resources present. It is expected that the network, after its establishment would eventually develop a flexible, interactive but proactive structure able to meet the demands of all countries and members while contributing to the implementing of its strategy at all national, regional and international levels. At this stage we have identified important aspects for its establishment and for the long term based on the members’ suggestions.

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Messages.

Forests hold important attributes that can eventually create conflicts among different people interests resulting in mixed, controversial and confusing messages

Engage.

Forests are affected by policies at national levels designed for various purposes. To foster coherence, it is essential to engage stakeholders at all levels in an open dialogue on forests

Communication.

Divergence and gaps are significant between the reality and the public perception concerning forests. Communication with the External environment is important in providing a realistic perception of the forests and their attributes

The Broummana Declaration was adopted during the sixth Mediterranean Forest Week. The Declaration deepens the discussion on the basis of the State of Mediterranean Forests 2018 on the role of Mediterranean forests in fulfilling nationally determined contributions (CDNs). BROUMMANA'S STATEMENT ON THE ROLE OF MEDITERRANEAN......

Participating stakeholders shed the light on the countries achievements and contributions to mitigate and adapt to climate change Beirut, 4 April 2019 – Under the patronage of His Excellency the Minister of Agriculture Dr. Hassan Lakiss, the  the Sixth edition of the Mediterranean Forest Week......

The Second edition of the #FacesOfTheForest Contest has taken part of the events organized and communicated by the network of Forest Communicators in the Mediterranean Region and Near East (FCNMedNE) for the 6th Mediterranean Forest Week that took place in Brummana, Lebanon from 1-5 April......

A session on up-scaling and climate finances proved to be an interesting one at the 6th Mediterranean Forest Week in Lebanon. Situated towards the end of the conference, the session offered a conclusion, the bottom lines, and what points to take home on the issue......

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RT @SoyForestal: 🌲 La #forêt algérienne: un potentiel naturel à valoriser (Mme Azzi Assia, Sous Directrice Propriété et de la Police Forest…
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RT @FAOForestry: "We can build resilience to shocks and global changes in mountains through diversification of livelihoods, capacity develo…
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RT @SoyForestal: 1️⃣ We need to work together through partnerships to amplify coherent messaging on the role of forests in transformational…