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State of Nature in Catalonia 2020

Catalan wildlife is in clear decline,: population sizes of vertebrates and invertebrates have fallen an average of 25% since 2002. Freshwater species populations have suffered the largest reductions, followed by those from agricultural environments and meadows. Land use changes are among the main direct drivers of this biodiversity loss. 


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Fire and biodiversity in the Anthropocene

Check out our important paper published in Science in which we highlight forward-looking methods for predicting the combined effects of human drivers and fire on biodiversity, and foreshadow emerging actions and strategies that could evolutionize how society manages fire for biodiversity in the Anthropocene. Fire has been a source of global biodiversity for millions of…

State of Nature in Catalonia 2020

Catalan wildlife is in clear decline,: population sizes of vertebrates and invertebrates have fallen an average of 25% since 2002. Freshwater species populations have suffered the largest reductions, followed by those from agricultural environments and meadows. Land use changes are among the main direct drivers of this biodiversity loss. 


Last projects

FutureBioEcon
FutureBioEcon

Sustainable future of European Forests for developing the bioeconomy

INMODES
INMODES

Integrated modelling and planning for forest biodiversity and ecosystem services under global change scenarios

FirESmart
FirESmart

Nature-based solutions for preventive fire management and sustained supply of ecosystem services