From the experience of LIFE+ ManFor C.BD to the Manual of Best Practices in Sustainable Forest Management

  • Bruno De Cinti | bruno.decinti@ibaf.cnr.it CNR-IBAF National Research Council, Institute for Agro-environmental and Forest Biology, Italy.
  • Pierluigi Bombi CNR-IBAF National Research Council, Institute for Agro-environmental and Forest Biology, Italy.
  • Fabrizio Ferretti CREA-SEL, Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Forestry Research Centre, Italy.
  • Paolo Cantiani CREA-SEL, Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Forestry Research Centre, Italy.
  • Umberto Di Salvatore CREA-SEL, Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Forestry Research Centre, Italy.
  • Primož Simončič Slovenian Forestry Institute, Slovenia.
  • Lado Kutnar Slovenian Forestry Institute, Slovenia.
  • Matjaž Čater Slovenian Forestry Institute, Slovenia.
  • Vittorio Garfì Università degli Studi del Molise, Italy.
  • Franco Mason CNR-IBAF National Research Council of Italy, Institute for Agro-environmental and Forest Biology, Italy.
  • Giorgio Matteucci (Editors) CNR-IBAF National Research Council, Institute for Agro-environmental and Forest Biology, Italy.

Abstract

This volume should be interpreted as a manual of best practices for sustainable forest management deriving from the experience of the project LIFE09ENV/IT/000078 ManFor C.BD coordinated by the National Research Council through the Institute of Agro-environmental and Forest Biology (CNR-IBAF). The other Project partners are: the Council for Agricultural Research and Economics (CREA), the University of Molise (UNIMOL), the Slovenian Forestry Institute (SFI) and the regions of Veneto and Molise. In addition, the National Centre for Forest Biodiversity of Verona and the Regional Office to biodiversity of Castel di Sangro of the Italian National Forest Service (CFS), as well as the Slovenian Forest Service (SFS) collaborated to the project. This manual consists of several individual articles dealing with specific issues related to the project. These articles are conceptually organized into five categories that from the description of the project and of its activities arrive at providing operative indications for forestry operators.

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Published
2016-04-29
Keywords:
LIFE , ManFor C.BD, Italy, Slovenia, sustainable forest management.
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How to Cite
De Cinti, B., Bombi, P., Ferretti, F., Cantiani, P., Di Salvatore, U., Simončič, P., Kutnar, L., Čater, M., Garfì, V., Mason, F., & Matteucci (Editors), G. (2016). From the experience of LIFE+ ManFor C.BD to the Manual of Best Practices in Sustainable Forest Management. Italian Journal of Agronomy, 11(1s), 1-175. https://doi.org/10.4081/ija.2016.789