Mauro Agnoletti

Mauro Agnoletti

Education:  1980, Dr. in Forestry Science – University of Florence – Faculty of Agriculture, Italy; 1993,  Albert Junior Bell” fellow, Forest History Society,  Duke University, Durham, NC (USA). 1997,  Research Fellow, Institute for Forest Policy  – University of Freiburg, Germany.

Prior Work:

-Coordinator, Commission on Landscape, Ministry of Agriculture , Food and Forest Policies, Italy.

-Consultant, Regional Government of Tuscany ,  landscape and environmental policies

-Member, Scientific Committee, CBD-UNESCO Joint Program on Biocultural Diversity

-Member, Scientific Committee, FAO, Globally Important Agricultural heritage Systems.

Current Employment/Responsibilities:

-Associate Professor at the University of Florence.

-Member , Doctoral School  for Forest and Environmental Management, Università della Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy.

-Coordinator, Research Group on Forest and Woodland History, International Union of Forest  Research Organizations;

-Coordinator, research group on  Forest History , Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology

-Expert,  Council of Europe for the European Landscape Convention and the Ministerial Conference on the Protection of Forest in Europe

-European University Institute, Firenze, Global Governance Network, Founding Member.

-Series Editor, Environmental History Series, Springer  International Publisher.

-Expert Evaluator, UNESCO-ICOMOS, World Heritage List.

– Co-Editor in chief, Global Environment, International journal. White Horse Press.

Areas of Research Interest:

-Management and Planning of Landscape and Environmental resources

-Biodiversity Conservation , Environmental History, Landscape restoration