10 to 16 November, 2018 – Coimbra (Portugal)
The Conference aims to provide an up to date on the developments in forest fire science and technology and an opportunity to meet persons and institutions, to promote international cooperation in this research and management area.
The scope of this Conference follows its previous editions. There will be six major themes for you to present your work, each of them with several sub-topics, that you can find here on the website. The themes are related to Fire at the Wildland Urban Interface, Fire Risk Management, Decision Support Systems and Tools, Fire Management, Fuel Management and Socio Economic Issues. These themes are not restricted and we are open to other subjects that are proposed, as well
5 & 6 March 2018 – Brussels (Belgium)
The European Civil Protection Forum is the largest recurring public event on European civil protection cooperation. It is organised every two years by the European Commission’s Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations department (ECHO).
The event brings together the European civil protection community to take stock of common achievements in the disaster risk management field, share best practices and ideas, and discuss ways of addressing new challenges together.
The Forum is also an important tool for strengthening cooperation with international partners and the European Neighbourhood.
Registration is now open!!
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29th January to 1th February 2018 – Barcelona (SPAIN)
This conference aims to focus on the scientific research towards finding solutions for the societal issues of our time. TERRAENVISION promotes interdisciplinary collaboration and networking. To bring scientists and stakeholders that have the same goal, work on the same societal issue, but have different scientific backgrounds. By bringing the people and their knowledge together, we may be able to take the steps towards solutions that can bring our society to a more sustainable situation. In this conference we want to link to International policies such as the sustainable Development Goals, the UN Climate conventions, CAP and COP.
29 and 30 of January 2018 – Enschede (The Netherlands)
Registration deadline: 15th December 2017
Wildfire resilience in a UK context
7 and 8 of November 2017 – Dorset (UK)
The overall theme of the conference is ‘Wildfire resilience in a UK context’. We will be investigating how to make UK homes, communities and the landscape more wildfire resilient in the future. Climate change predictions suggest that the UK will see more extreme wildfire weather; this conference hopes to make us better prepared should these predictions come true.
October 2017: EoE Forest between Germany, Ireland, Switzerland and Czech Republic. The conversion from mono-culture spruce forests to mixed, un-even aged forest with increased resilience was and is a topic that benefits from exchange of expertise. This EoE is the continuation of and builds on a number of bilateral visits between the participating countries and forest services. Tree species selection, the respective forest management concept, challenges and opportunities will be discussed on sites across the Czech Republic and across all forest ownership types.
Pyrenean Symposium on Snow and Avalanches – V snow and avalanches workshop
9th – 11th October 2017
The Cartographic and Geological Institute of Catalonia, Institute of Andorran Studies, Observatory for the Sustainability of Andorra, Meteorological Service of Catalonia and Aran General Council are delighted to announce the holding of a new edition of the Snow and Avalanches Workshop. This workshop will provide a meeting venue for both professionals and non-professionals interested in the study of snow and avalanches. The 2017 edition will be devoted to the following thematic blocks: – Weather forecasting – Snow and hydric resources – Climate change – Avalance forecasting – Avalanche mapping – Avalanche dynamics – Prevention and protection – Safety and mountain activities – Education
PLASENCIA, Cáceres, Spain
28th June 2017
Transnational training workshops aim to exchange know-how about forest risk management between partners and associated partners of the PLURIFOR project.
This soil degradation workshop for the development of plans to manage soil degradation risk intends to gather practical advice and examples to assist PLURIFOR partners in planning and writing the plan itself.
Experts will present real examples on how to proceed at every stage of the plan (prevention, early warning, management of the crisis and rehabilitation). This will provide PLURIFOR partners with the required step-by-step expertise to develop a soil degradation risk management plan.
Furthermore, these experts will be invited to engage with the PLURIFOR partners in the review process of the risk management plans that are produced, thus ensuring a feasible and sound end product, the main output of PLURIFOR.
If you are a forest policy maker, a forest service agent, a forest practitioner or a forest owners associations agent, you are welcome to attend this workshop in order to learn from practical cases covering all steps of a soil degradation risk management plan. You will also be able to exchange your concerns and expectations on soil degradations with experts and with PLURIFOR partners.
For the detailed programme and registration, click here