Transnational cooperation is essential to address in a representative and coordinated way each of the phases required for emissions risk management. The partnership consists of different specialists and each partner has a key role in the project, a specific specialisation that allows for a multidisciplinary approach and a robust model with different scenarios and conditions.
WP.1 Estimation of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission risk
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P1.1 Greenhouse gas (GHG) emission risk estimation methodology.
P1.2 Technical and scientific publications.
D1.1.1 Vulnerable Forest Ecosystems Database.
D1.2.1 Emission risk cartography.
WP.2 Pilot areas in cross-border cooperation
P2.1 Protocol for action to minimise GHG emissions.
D2.5.1 Good practices for the fixation and restoration of carbon in biomass and soils on damaged ecosystems.
WT.3 Development of GHG emission prevention and risk management guidelines
P3.1 Transnational Action Plan for the inclusion of the ER in planning and SFM strategies in the participating regions.
D3.1.1 Best practice guidelines for mitigating the risk of GHG emissions from wildfires.
D3.3.1 Emission risk prevention and management guidelines.
WP.4 Capitalization and transfer
P4.1 Training courses for technicians, forest owners and public administrations.
P4.2 Platform for synergies and coordination of competent public administrations.
P4.3 Memorandum of Understanding for the inclusion of ER in planning instruments and SFM.
D4.1.1 Training seminars and model workshops on prevention and management of Emission Risk.
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