Fundación interuniversitaria Fernando González Bernáldez para los espacios naturales
CREAF | Centro de Investigación Ecológica y Aplicaciones Forestales
Generalitat de Catalunya. Departamento de Territorio y Sostenibilidad
In Catalonia, the Department of Territory and Sustainability is responsible for biodiversity conservation. Through its technical services, it manages protected and threatened species and habitats in the territory. The technical team of the Ports Nature Park actively participates in the project as one of the pilot-areas.
In the Valencian Community, the Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development, Climate Emergency and Ecological Transition participates through CIEF and the General Sub-Directorate for the Natural Environment and Environmental Assessment.
The Generalitat Valenciana created in 2005, by decree, the Center for Forestry Research and Experimentation (CIEF), to promote initiatives and research projects in the forestry sector and the conservation of wild flora, in addition to serving as a seed bank and for the conservation of genetic resources of the Mediterranean flora, is a consolidated center for the conservation of flora.
VAERSA is a public enterprise of the Valencian Community that provides services related to environmental management, dependent on the Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development, Climate Emergency and Ecological Transition. Among the services it provides, the Centre for Forestry Research and Experimentation (CIEF), created in 2005 to promote initiatives and research projects in the forestry sector and the conservation of wild flora.
Junta de Comunidades de Castilla la Mancha
Both the Natural Areas Service and the technicians of the Sierra Norte de Guadalajara Natural Park participate in the project through the General Directorate of Natural Environment and Biodiversity of the Regional Ministry of Sustainable Development.
The General Directorate for the Natural Environment and Biodiversity has among its functions the management and sustainable use of forests, as well as the study, protection, conservation and restoration of vegetation and natural habitats. To this end, it establishes management guidelines and guiding criteria for the conservation, research and monitoring of natural resources.
In this context, Castilla-La Mancha takes part in this LIFE RedBosques_Clima project through the participation of a team with functions of regional coordination, management of the Sierra Norte de Guadalajara Nature Park, one of the pilot areas, and forest management in a public utility forest of its own.
The Basque Government is a co-financing partner of the project, through the Directorate of Natural Heritage and Climate Change, which is responsible for the conservation of natural heritage in the Basque Country, including protected areas, ecosystems and species of wild flora and fauna, among others.