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Fire research and management faces major challenges, but the good news is that the way forward to resolve these scientific bottlenecks lie within Europe and with its international partners.
Integrated fire management includes social, economic, cultural and eco-logical values in each step of the management cycle (prevention, prepared-ness, response, mitigation and recuperation)
This approach aims at maximising the benefits of fire in all the phases of the management cycle to go beyond the prevention and suppression dominance and create resilient landscapes.
Integrative fire management requires science-based decision making that can be reached with the cooperation and collaboration of multidisciplinary teams that include the different type of actors that are involved in a territory.