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The Pau Costa Foundation develops a Forest Fire Management Plan at a landscape scale, commissioned by Ulster Wildlife Trust a partner in the CANN project , (Collaborative Action for the Natura Network).CANN is supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes body (SEUPB). that receives support from the INTERREG VA program of the European Union, managed by the Special EU body (SEUPB)
The plan develops a tailored Forest Fire Management Plan to Cuilcagh Mountain SAC y Cuilcagh-Anierin Uplands SAC with the purpose of:
The plan is based on the knowledge of forest fire experts and is presented as a toolkit for stakeholders in charge of managing the ZECs and their surroundings. With the support of the Plan, stakeholders can:
Implementation of the plan would lead to SACs better prepared against wildfires, firstly, creating opportunities for fire suppression during wildfire incidents, and secondly, it would reduce the present and future risk of large wildfires in SAC areas. . performed by a local entity; Earthy matters, a consulting firm that provides environmental services.
This creation of this transboundary plan also fulfills one of the key objectives of the CANN project, which is to act as a multi-jurisdictional network to exchange conservation knowledge and best environmental practices, strengthen transboundary cooperation, and ensure that borders do not represent an overwhelming barrier to conservation and biodiversity.