Pau Costa forum on catalan wildfire research
- fire ecology
- fire ecology
- fire prevention
Wildfire managers and experts share leadership, experiences… on responding to wildfires amid the pandemic, the Australian fires, invasive species impacts when feral hogs disrupt prescribed fires, building resilient communities, and more.
My town is yours: Fire! Rethink our relationship with fire with Eduard Plana from @PauCostaF and rethink reforestation after the flames with Javier Sánchez from @ co2revolution @lasmananas_rne @rne http://RTVE.es http://www.rtve.es/a/5340819 / via @rtve
Sometimes naming hazards is a way to ward off them. It is what the ancient Greeks must have done when they considered earth, air, water and fire as the four elements. It was not be for lowerly. These four elements are part of life, but also […]
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Fires are now, more than ever, frequent, extensive and uncontrollable. In the last two years, for example, in Europe they have grown in number and have left two hundred moral victims. The reasons for such growth are found on several fronts.
XNUMXst century FireShepherds Shepherds: Erasmus + project, FireShepherds, combines silvopastoralism and forest fire management The Pau Costa Foundation coordinates an Erasmus + project that combines silvopastoralism with forest fire management.
Notícia emesa a l'informatiu of July 3, 2019.
Every time a great forest fire breaks out, this is the focus of the media news. These days, the Òdena fire has been a constant in newspapers and social gatherings.
Almost 30 years ago, Joan Manuel Serrat recorded a song for the campaign of the Institute for the Conservation of Nature (ICONA) that aimed to prevent fires. Much has changed in these years and it seems that the fight against fire is going in other directions.