We have the pleasure to announce the Winter School on fire behavior, risk and management in the context of climate change, that will be held online for a total of 26 hours (4 lesson days), February 11th and 25th, March 11th et 18th, 2022.
The Winter School will cover the latest advances and results related to four major themes:
· large and extreme fires and predisposing factors (environmental, physical, economic, social aspects);
· fires in the urban-rural and urban-forest interface;
· prevention, planning and management of fire risk towards fire-smart communities;
· adapt the territory to climate change (strategies, approaches, methods and tools).
The Winter School is organized by the CMCC Foundation and the University of Sassari in the framework of the MED-Star and INTERMED Projects, funded by the EU Interreg Programme Italia-Francia Marittimo 2014-2020.
The online course will bring together motivated working professionals, stakeholders, doctoral and post-doctoral students.
Participation is free. At least 60% of the positions will be reserved for candidates from the Project areas (Sardinia, Liguria, Tuscany, Corsica and the PACA Region). The school will be limited to a maximum of 45 participants.
Applicants must complete the online application form detailing the motivation by January 10, 2022 --> https://forms.gle/w3UZ994odBga1ZoZ9
For further information on the Winter School please find the attached file, visit the website https://www.cmcc.it/it/training-programs/cmcc-uniss-winter-school-on-behavior-risk-and-management -of-fires-in-the-context-of-climate-changement