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The FIRE-IN project (2017-2022) builds on a significant and heterogeneous pan-European network of practitioners for identifying and harmonizing operational capability gaps in a central process to create a more demand-driven approach for future R&D and standardization programs. In addition, FIRE-IN aims to share the knowledge on best practices and already available solutions in the field of Fire & Rescue. Further information here or on the FIRE-IN project is available at www.fire-in.eu
The Waldbrand-Klima-Resilienz (WKR) project (2020-2023) aims to enhance wildfire management capacity in Germany by adapting internationally available good practice to the German context. WKR promotes awareness around integrated fire management and the need for effective cross-sectoral and trans-disciplinary cooperation to achieve safe communities and resilient landscapes. Further information here or on the WKR project is available at www.waldbrand-klima-resilienz.com
In this context, the Pau Costa Foundation, coordinator of the FIRE-IN Thematic Working Group “Landscape Fire Crisis Mitigation” in cooperation with the European Forest Institute, coordinator of the WKR project, is pleased to invite you to participate in our upcoming workshop to estimate the likely major challenges for landscape fire management in Germany in the next 10-15 years. The aim of the workshop is to on the one hand establish what solutions-providers deem as relevant in the coming years and on the other hand cross-reference these estimations with those of thematic experts working on wildfire management in the German context. The workshop is part of a series of Fire-IN National Hub Events hosted in different countries (workshop language will be in German).
See the detailed program here