The current mission statement gives an overview of where we are, what needs to be done, what obstacles to overcome, and which potentials are within reach. It further provides a vision for how mycology can be strengthened: This is an opportunity for profiling mycology by narrating the role played by fungi in the bioeconomy. Greater awareness and appreciation of the role of fungi can be used to build support for mycology around the world. Support will attract more talent to our field of study, empower mycologists around the world to generate more funds for necessary basic research, and strengthen the global mycology network. The use of fungi for unlocking the full potentials of the bioeconomy relies on such progress. The fungal kingdom can be an inspiration for even more. It is now well documented, even in scaled up practice, that fungi can generate tangible and substantial value through improved resource efficiency, resulting in decreased pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Such progress stands on the shoulders of the contributions made by mycologists over decades and even centuries to build up mycology as an independent field of science. Importantly, value added use of fungi was founded not only on applied studies but also on basic research aimed at understanding fungal biodiversity, growth, nutrition, physiology, genetics, metabolism, and ecology.
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