The sustainable management of natural resources contributes to social welfare and the stabilization of the human population in the territory. Farm and forest systems cover multiple uses and functions, and these systems respond to the various social demands placed on them by the farm and forest managers and the population in general.
In the current context of global change, good governance and bioeconomy represent two major pillars on which to base the social and economic development of the territory, capitalizing on the contributions made by both green infrastructure and a range of forest ecosystem services to local development and social welfare.
Innovative technologies and socioecological- economic solutions for fire resilient territories in Europe
Novel business models and mechanisms for the sustainable supply of and payment for forest ecosystem services