The 12nd of September the Pau Costa Foundation started a secondment of the GEO-SAFE H2020 Project in the RMIT-Melbourne (School of Science Cluster, Department of Mathematical Science) for 5 months. The main objetive of this stay is to collaborate in the development of models on stochastic cartography to improve end-users response (WP1).
PCF will explore opportunities to network with the Australian partners in different projects:
Fire management analysis and exchange of experiences and lessons learnt
- Forest Fire Management Group (FFMG), 19th September, Melbourne (link)
Awareness communication and education
- Exchange of knowledge on Community Engagement in Wildfires in Chile, Australia and Europe, 18th September, Geelong (link)
Strategies on Wildland Urban Interface fires