Service-Learning to improve
training and employability in wildfire management
in Southern Europe
The concept of this roundtable was simple. It was a 3-step exercise that consisted in…
Overview Between July 11 and 14, the practical workshop Education to live with fire took…
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Wildfires are a complex issue that affects our natural, social and economic systems. Recent decades have seen an increase on early detection, wildfire prevention or restoration, but the implementation of these methods is still limited. That is why it’s essential to find new avenues to transfer this knowledge to society.
INVOLVING STUDENTS AND COMMUNITIES
Service-Learning is a pedagogical method where students learn as they identify and tackle on pressing issues affecting their immediate context, developing practical tasks in partnership with community actors.
Our project involves academic institutions and community partners in Spain (Galicia), Italy (Tuscanny), Greece (Athens) and Portugal (Aveiro).
- University of Santiago de Compostela
- University of Aveiro
- University of Athens
- University of Florence
- Forestis – Associaçao Florestal de Portugal
- DEMETER – Hellenic Agricultural Organization
- Regione Toscana
- Xunta de Galicia
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