Relevant linked information

Projects:

AFAN– Advanced Fire Analysis Network
ANYWHERE – EnhANcing emergencY management and response to extreme WeatHER and climate Events
CATALYST – Capacity development for hazard risk reduction and adaptation
CUIDAR – Culture of Disaster Resilience among children and young people
EDUCEN – European Disasters in Urban Centers: a Culture Expert Network
eFIRECOM – Efficient fire risk communication for resilient societies
ENHANCE – Enhancing risk management partnerships for catastrophic natural hazards in Europe
FIREFFICIENT – Operational tools for improving efficency in wildfire risk reduction in EU landscapes
FIRE-IN – The first European Fire and Rescue Innovation Network
FLIRE – Floods and Fire risk assessment and management
FLOODSITE – Integrated Flood Risk Analysis and Management Methodologies
ForManRisk – Forest Management and Natural Risks
FORMASAM – FOREST MANAGEMENT SCENARIOS FOR ADAPTATION AND MITIGATION
FOREXCLIM – Forest and extreme weather events: solutions for risk resilient management in a changing climate
FRISKGO – Towards a European Forest Risk Facility
HEIMDALL – Multi-hazard cooperative management tool for data exchange, response planning and scenario building
I-MAESTRO – Innovative forest management strategies for a resilient bioeconomy under climate change and disturbances
IN-PREP – An INtegrative next generation PREParedness programme for improving effective inter-organisational response capacity in complex environments of disasters and causes of crises
MATRIX – New Multi-Hazard and Multi-Risk Assessment Methods for Europe
MONTCLIMA – Climate and natural hazards in the SUDOE mountains
NAIAD – Nature Insurance Value
NET RISK WORK – Networking for the European Forest Risk Facility
PHUSICOS – Solutions to reduce risk in mountain landscapes
PLACARD interchange – Platform for Climate Adaptation and Risk Reduction
PLURIFOR – Transnational plans for the management of forest risk
REFORCE – Resilience mechanisms for risk adapted forest management under climate change
SURE – SUstaining and Enhancing REsilience of European Forest

Relevant platforms:


News and articles:

Tipe of doc link Language Forest fires Floods Storms Avalanches Landslides and Rockfalls Multi hazard
Newspaper article Climate change impacts are already hitting us, say Europeans English          
Newspaper article Global warming is increasing fores fire risk in the Alps English          
Scientist paper Forest disturbances under climate change English          
Scientist paper The impact of flood action groups on the uptake of flood management measures English          
Position paper Wildfire risk management challenges posed by global change English          
Conference Living (Dangerously) in an Era of Megafires English          
Newspaper article How Europe’s forest fires have more than trebled in 2017 English          
Newspaper article Wildfire are raging in the Mediterranean. What can we learn? English          
Newspaper article Incendies en Europe du Sud : que pouvons-nous apprendre de ces feux? French          
Newspaper article Extreme weather death in Europe ‘could increase 50-fold by next century’ English          
Newspaper article El cambio climático ha alterado la crecida de los ríos Spanish          
Newspaper article Excessive heat replaced by excessive storms in Poland English          
Newspaper article Evaluating Avalanches Danger In A Warming World, Lessons From Past Climate Change English          
Newspaper article Mountains under pressure: climate change, hunger and migration English          
Newspaper article Global warming increases the risk of avalanches English          
Newspaper article Climate change sets the world on fire English          
Newspaper article Switzerland landslide: are the Alps melting? English          
Newspaper article Europe faces droughts, floods and storms as climate change accelerates English          
Newspaper article How fire, wind and rain combined to create the deadly mudslide in California English          
Policy brief Impact of fires on water quality English          
Newspaper article Europe ‘not doing its homework’ on basic wildfire prevention, experts warn English          
Newspaper interview The heat is on: What lies behind the extreme weather conditions? English          
Newspaper article Wildfires around the world: The photos that explain the flames English          
Newspaper article EU warns of “intensifying natural disasters” due to threat of climate change English          
EC publication Sparking firesmart policies in the EU English          
Project publication Real time flood risk assessment and expert judgement method English          
Article A slippery slope: could climate change lead to more landslides? English          
Article Post-Wildfire Debris Flow Awareness English          
FAO publication Forest-related disasters – Three case studies and lessons for management of extreme events English          
UNDRR publication Global assessment report on disaster risk reduction 2019 English          
UNDRR publication UNDRR Americas & Caribbean COVID-19 Technical Recommendations: Multiple-hazards and systemic risk: Addressing climate-related disasters in times of COVID-19 English          
Policy brief Evolving Risk of Wildfires in Europe – Thematic paper by the European Science & Technology Advisory Group (E-STAG) English          
Newspaper article Sécheresses, incendies et maladies : les risques en cascade qui menacent les forêts françaises French          
Scientist paper Evolving Risk of Wildfires in Europe – Thematic paper by the European Science & Technology Advisory Group (E-STAG) English          
Scientist paper Wildfire and Landscape Change English          
European Union Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid
Forest Science and Technology Centre of Catalonia
Pau Costa Foundation
General Directorate of Civil Protection, Government of Catalonia
Forest Research Institute of Baden-Wuerttemberg
CIMA Research Foundation
Austrian Research Centre for Forest, Natural Hazards and Landscape
Institute of Cartography and Geology of Catalonia
Instituto Superior de Agronomia

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