INF-ACT is an Extended Partnership (PE) project on the topic of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases with epidemic/pandemic potential
The National Biodiversity Future Center is one of the five National Centers on European research supported by Italian National Recovery and Resilience Plan. The Vision of NBFC is to promote the sustainable management of Italian biodiversity.
The primary aim of the NaturaConnect project is to design and develop a blueprint for a truly coherent Trans-European Nature Network (TEN-N)
Quantifying the presence of wild species in Central Apennines, and their relationship with livestock, to support human-wildlife coexistence.
Our research combines conservation biology, macroecology, and sustainability science. We investigate the impact of global change on biodiversity, the effect of this impact on humanity, and the strategies to minimise this impact. Here are some of our recent projects, see Publications for full details of our recent and past research.
The goal of the PREPARED project is to operationalise One Health pandemic preparedness by integrating the ecological prediction of disease emergence with the modelling of disease transmission risk.
Biodiversa+ is a European Biodiversity Partnership which aims to support biodiversity research and to connect science, society and policy. The GaP project aims to strengthen the network of EU protected areas by identifying priority areas to safeguard biodiversity, and influencing EU conservation policies.
PAST RESEARCH PROJECTS
Disentangling the links between biodiversity conservation and sustainable development, highlighting human risks associated with biodiversity loss.
Quantifying the role of wilderness areas for biodiversity conservation, and the biodiversity risk deriving from wilderness loss.