The objective of this study is to explore how fire prevention can be made more enticing. Lessons from Dutch water and flood risk management will be applied to fire management (prevention). Co-developing a fire prevention climate information service promoting community risk assessments, supplying climate information and integrated disaster management to increase awareness and attractiveness of fire prevention. Assessing the success of payment for ecosystem services incentives in wildfire prevention in motivating landowners to put fire prevention measures in place.
The results will provide practical guidance on how to motivate citizens, agencies and governments to implement best practices of fire management, prevention and sustainable forest management.