2nd Workshop in Cambridge, 20–24 April 2020
Building on last year’s success assessing the conservation status of over 104 European fungal species added to the Global IUCN Red List, we are delighted to announce that the IUCN has been given us active support for a second conservation workshop focused on the European Fungal Red List Initiative. In total, 147 European fungal species, including 8 lichens, are now included in the Red List, and the goal for 2020 is to assess and include at least 150 more European species. Just as it was last year, the success of this initiative will build on contributions made by any and all motivated to contribute their time and expertise to document and assess one or (preferably) more species. The workshop will finalize the red-list assessments currently in progress. More information will come during January through the ECCF network and at the website of the Global Fungal Red List Initiative — do have a look there to see the assessments progress.
THE EUROPEAN FUNGAL RED LIST INITIATIVE
Further details in the Activities page
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European Mycologists Awarded
Warsaw, September 17, 2019
The ECCF was founded
in 1985 and has some 80 representatives from almost all European countries countries, reflecting its European status. Its sole objective is to promote the conservation of fungi.
The ECCF aims to