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Operational tools and guidelines for improving efficiency in wildfire risk reduction in EU landscapes

Source(s):  FIREfficient (Operational tools for improving efficiency in wildfire risk reduction in EU landscapes)

This publication has been developed under the framework of the European project FIREfficient (Operational tools for improving efficiency in wildfire risk reduction in EU landscapes). The project seeks to build capacity for land planners through the sharing of best practices and lessons learned in wildfires. An extended version of each chapter can be found out in the project website and the Lessons on fire platform created with the project.

The report offers insights into the cross-sectoral dimensions of wildfire risk across Europe, including issues such as societal involvement, land-use management and the cost of wildfire risk mitigation strategies. It offers tools for reducing forest landscape vulnerabilities and training standards for fire managers and land planners. 



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  • Operational tools and guidelines for improving efficiency in wildfire risk reduction in EU landscapes
  • Publication date 2015
  • Author(s) Held, Alexander; Duane, Andrea; Kraus, Daniel; Gallego, David Martín; Terrén, Domingo Molina; Nebot, Edgar; Bach, Eduard Plana et al.
  • Number of pages 83 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 978-84-608-5083-0 (ISBN)

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