Coupling water, fire and climate resilience with biomass production in forestry to adapt watershed to climate change
This study analyses to which extent semi-arid forest management for water is effective and viable at catchment scale, and how it can be improved when combined with biomass production and fire risk reduction.
Resilient Forests is developing a decision support tool to introduce climate change adaptation strategies in forest management across Europe
“El Pi de La Bassa” was maybe the oldest tree of park, which had witnessed the history of Spain in this region for over 200 years.
Just after entering the parc, we stopped at a once popular picnic and leisure area for the citizens of Valencia, which has become an arid and dusty land in less than ten years.
This is the first of a series of videos filmed in March 2019, during a trip across the Parque Natural de La Sierra Calderona, in the region of Valencia, visiting examples of best practices in sustainable forestry.
The project officer visited the experimental trials as well as the biomass plant in Serra.
LIFE RESILIENT FOREST defines the main indicators for the development of the the decision support software
During the project meeting held in Coimbra, the consortium discussed about the fire risk and the climate change projections which will be analised in the study.
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