In addition to the training events, we’ve shared our scientific advances with different audiences in research papers as well as various webinars. In this article, published in Environmental Sciences Proceedings, we describe our holistic approach to improve wildfire risk management in Europe. Another paper focusing on vegetation mapping, published in the journal Remote Sensing, can be accessed here. All scientific publications from the project should be uploaded on Sharepoint – don’t forget to include your papers!
We’ve also actively been collaborating with Firelogue and various Green Deal projects working on wildfire risk management, to enhance the spreading of information regarding the topic and exchange valuable knowhow between projects. From the dissemination point of view, FirEUrisk is part of the EUFireProjectsUnited initiative, bringing together communication experts from the participating projects. So far joint communication materials, from a presentation video to a common newsletter and social media campaigns, have been produced. We’ve also participated in the organisation of a dissemination workshop in January, in which the projects presented their work and answered questions proposed by the participants of the event.
And, to top the list with our own activities, we’ve carried out four webinars that addressed wildfire risk, from land management strategies to the Spanish and Greek experience on wildfire risk management. You can find these and all past webinars on our website under the Events page. We can’t wait to continue bringing top experts from across Europe and beyond to speak about their work on managing wildfire risk!