To achieve this, we are organized around three programs: multifunctional forest management; landscape dynamics and biodiversity; and governance, health, and bioeconomy.
The research carried out within these programs is focused on key issues, including environmental function equilibrium, climate change adaptation, or competitiveness along value chains. Part of the activity carried out in the programs is transferred to society by the spin-off company FBS.
Management options to promote forest resistance to multiple threats
Characterizing climate thresholds for post-fire dynamics in Mediterranean pinewoods
Innovative technologies and socioecological- economic solutions for fire resilient territories in Europe
From Biodiversity Data to Decisions: enhancing natural value through improved regional development policies