The RESILPINE Project: Transformation of pine forests to close-to-nature forest management in Ukraine – with special consideration of resilience to fire and climate extremes such as drought
Launch of the website “Natural Hazards – Landscape Fires” as part of BeSafeNet to provide basic understanding of the fundamentals of landscape fire and how people can protect themselves and their assets from the threats of wildfires. The website is tailored for high school students (age 15-17 years) (23 January 2020).
Regional planning workshop “Climate Change and Landscape Fire Management in the Western Balkans” conducted by the Regional Fire Monitoring Center for Southeast Europe / South Caucasus (RFMC) and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), with GFMC backstopping and contribution “Climate change and landscape fire management – global and regional challenges”; Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia (06-07 February 2020).
Prescribed burning seminar and field training Mit Feuer und Flamme für den Naturschutz: Anwendung des Kontrollierten Feuers in Naturschutz und Landschaftspflege, conducted by Global Fire Monitoring Center (GFMC) in the frame of the project Bergheiden im Rothaargebirge“ (Winterberg, Germany, 8-9 November 2018) Winterberg agenda (PDF, 0.4 MB)
Fire for LIFE! Workshop on Restoration Burning and Management of Sunlit Forested Habitats (Lammi, Finland, 25-27 April 2017) Draft Lammi Agenda (PDF, 0.4 MB)
Forum Integrated Fire Management: New Approaches in Forest Protection and Nature Conservation (LIGNA 2017 – Wood Industry Summit, Hanover, Germany, 25 May 2017) Draft Hanover Agenda (PDF, 0.1. MB)
Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) Europe Conference 2016, with a Special Session “Fire in ecosystem dynamics and restoration” (22 August 2016), a session held in conjunction with the EFNCN: Special Session Agenda (PDF, 0.1 MB) Special Session Abstracts (PDF, 0.3 MB)