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Published on 13.08.2018

Agroforestry in Europe: A land management policy tool to combat climate

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09.08.2018

Why and how forest fires are becoming a European problem?

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Published on 02.08.2018

Payment for targeted grazing: Integrating local shepherds into wildfire prevention

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MASIFF - Development of a Methodology for the Analysis of Socio-economic Impact of Forest Fires and Economic Efficiency of Fire Management

The main objective of this project was to develop and implement a methodology for the assessment of socio-economic impact of forest fires in Europe and to estimate the economic efficiency of fire management.

Number 2, volume 17

Number 1-2, volume 18

Number 1, volume 22

FRISK GO - Start-Up Project for a European Forest Risk Facility

European forests are increasingly exposed to various disturbances which can be of abiotic or biotic nature. When being of more ‘catastrophic’ nature they can strongly disrupt targeted forest management goals and have severe consequences to wood production, timber markets, and environmental services. They may jeopardize the economic base of forest owners.