Climate change heavily impacts the management of natural parks and land reserves: the increase in temperature, the change in seasons rhythm and other factors affect the faunistic and green population balance of the parks and the actions that the park management bodies must undertake to mitigate the negative effects. By monitoring the vegetation status over time and the movements and habits of animals, the Natural parks environmental management service wants to create a model of interaction between animals and the changed landscape. The forecasts thus obtained will support the entities in the management of parks and reserves.
- Natural parks management entities
- Forest and pasture ecosystem managers
Contacts: Damiano Gianelle – FEM | firstname.lastname@example.org
Michele Dalponte – FEM