LIFE GRANATHA IS IN NETWORK WITH:
The project aims to protect some habitats deemed of conservation importance by the European Union, through the management and promotion of pastoral activities, promoting sustainable economic activities that can guarantee the lasting conservation of habitats and species.
The project aims to enhance the traditional forms of olive cultivation, capable, unlike intensive olive cultivation, to generate an environment in which many species of plants and animals live.
Capacity Building “LIFE LT – Building LIFE capacities in Lithuania” (LIFE14 CAP / LT / 000008). The objectives of the Capacity Building project are to provide support to strengthen the capacity of some EU Member States and their National LIFE Contact Points to participate more effectively in the LIFE program, including through exchange activities with those States that, like Italy, are considered among the most virtuous in the context of LIFE.
Urgent conservation actions for the Lanner falcon. The LIFE Lanner project aims at increasing the small population of Lanner falcon (Falco biarmicus feldeggii) in the Lazio region of Italy, preventing its disappearance and promoting the conditions for dispersion of individuals. The conservation actions are consistent with the interventions foreseen in the Italian Action Plan for the Lanner falcon. In addition, the project aims at transferring skills and methodologies to Malta, where it was historically present.
The Goprofor LIFE Project aims to identify and disseminate forest management tools to increase uses compatible with conservation issues within the Natura 2000 network. These instruments will mainly derive from good practices derived from the 25-year experience of the LIFE Programme and its co-financed forestry projects. The project aims to encourage the exchange of experience and good practices for the management of biodiversity of forest habitats in the Natura 2000 network, with the aim of increasing the level of awareness both by the institutional managers of these areas, by all operators whose activities influence the conservation of habitats and species.
The general objectives of the project are restoration of the dry-acidic Continental open habitats (2330, 4030, 6210/6210*) found within the 7 Nature 2000 sites of the western Po Plain, to a favourable conservation status; and the creation of core areas and ecological corridors to reduce fragmentation and increase connectivity.
The aims of the project are to identify, test and promote innovative approaches, techniques, and tools to streamline prevention measures to preparedness and response capacity actions, and to integrate large fire risk management into forest, rural and peri-urban planning. In addition, it aims at an improved integration between relevant actors and policies, throughout the disaster management cycle (prevention-preparedness-response) with a broad social participation.
The operational management Anti Forest Fire (AIB) of the Tuscany Region carries out preventive activities of control of the territory and rapid signalling of the principles of fire, in addition to that of active control through a timely and effective intervention capacity. Among the interventions made to prevent the risk of fire there is the prescribed fire technique, which is conducted in the Tuscan territories with high fire risk. In addition to fire prevention, the prescribed fire interventions meet integrated objectives of the LIFE-GRANATHA project.