Increasing context of wildfire risk due to changes in land uses and climate is challenging wildfire risk management policies, heavily influenced by “protecting all” paradigm and existing gaps towards a societal agreement of “living with fires”. Socio-environment and policy dimensions for the implementation of integrated risk management approaches will be discussed, sharing lessons learnt from a practical regional perspective at European level.
Forest engineer and Msc in Wildfires Management, his main R+D activities deals with inclusive wildfire risk management, environmental governance and communication and strategic forest land planning, looking into the evolving societal and forestry cross-links
Environmental Engineering Msc, expert in civil protection planning & procedures and early warning system for flood risk. Expertise in disaster flood risk reduction through the implementation of non-structural measures, especially related to preparedness, experiencing participatory planning processes.
Mayor of the Bruc, a town of 2,200 inhabitants within the Natural Park of the Mountain of Montserrat and one of the municipalities where Life Montserrat 2014-2019 was implemented.