In this line, the tie with and co-responsibility for forest property is developed, involving county council offices, management bodies for natural spaces, and local entities and companies, weaving synergies among them and with the territory as the main focus.
The territory is conceived as an agro-silvo-pastoral mosaic, promoting the diversity of the landscape as an integrating and agglutinative dimension of the set of values of the rural environment, also including the most intangible of them, such as the historical, cultural, aesthetic, and spiritual ones.
Thanks to the launch of the different tools to evaluate forests, and especially the most mature ones, resources from the secondary and tertiary sectors are channelled to the primary sector, thereby notably strengthening the extremely necessary investment in forest improvement, fire prevention and forest resilience.
The Chair will focus especially on the need to find a balance and harmony among the different uses and resources that make up the agro-silvo-pastoral mosaic. It aims to find the best methodology for managing the forest network, in accordance with the most suitable vocation of each sector, while maximising resilience to the climate crisis, both for the improvement of forest productivity and fire prevention and for the preservation of biodiversity. To this end, debate and technical comparison tables will be created
All this harmonisation of the uses of forest spaces, together with the valuation and projection of its intangible assets, must help to reinforce the configuration of a future ecosystem credit, which must integrate the different services provided from the three branches we will now introduce.