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Mediterranean Climate Vine & Wine Ecosystem (MEDCLIV)


The MEDCLIV project aims at experimenting with participatory approaches to design and share co-constructed adaptation (and to some extent mitigation) pathways for the vine and wine value chain in Mediterranean territories.

MEDCLIV is a scaling-up of the French experiment to other Mediterranean countries that share similar climate contexts and risks. MEDCLIV offers the possibility to create a Mediterranean-wide Living Lab. This Living Lab will be dedicated to the implementation of participatory approaches to initiate value chain concertation and collaborative innovation all over the Mediterranean area.

Each partnering country will focus on at least one regional or national Living Lab, in which they will engage stakeholders and support the development of multi-stakeholder projects. The MEDCLIV overall Living Lab will generate valuable knowledge and experience on the multiple ways to implement participatory approaches into one territory, one agricultural value chain, and on the results in terms of collaboration for mitigation and adaptation.

Moreover, The MEDCLIV network will recruit networks and share information on an Agrisource platform dedicated to the Mediterranean vine and wine value chain.

Project information


Edmund Mach Foundation, Italy


European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), Climate-KIC
Institute of BioEconomy - Biology, Agriculture and Food Sciences Department - National Research Council of Italy
Cyprus University of Technology
INRAE, French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment
L'institut Agro, agriculture, alimentation, l'environnement - Montpellier SupAgro, France
NOVA School of Science and Technology (FCT NOVA), Lisboa, Portugal
National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

Source of funding

Funded by EIT Climate-KIC

Published in Climate-ADAPT Nov 10 2020   -   Last Modified in Climate-ADAPT Feb 24 2021

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