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Maria Vincenza Chiriacò is a scientific researcher of the Division on Impacts on Agriculture, Forests and Ecosystem Services at Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change (CMCC). She works on research topics related to the sustainable management of agro-forestry systems in view of mitigation and adaptation to climate change. She is graduated in Forestry and Conservation of the Environment with a PhD in Science and Technology for Forestry and Environmental Management and a II level Master in Agroforestry carbon credits market.
She coordinates and works on several national and international projects related to the sustainability of agricultural and forestry policies and sustainable land-use management. She has also contributed to the definition of the National Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change for the forestry sector and is one of the authors of the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
- Koronivia Joint Work on Agricolture: analysis of submissions
- Soil organic carbon pool's contribution to climate change mitigation on marginal land of a Mediterranean montane area in Italy
- The Greenhouse Gas Balance of Italy: A Synthesis
- Combined effect of irrigation and compost application on Montepulciano berry composition in a volcanic environment of Latium region (central Italy)
- The potential carbon neutrality of sustainable viticulture showed through a comprehensive assessment of the greenhouse gas (GHG) budget of wine production
- The contribution to climate change of the organic versus conventional wheat farming: A case study on the carbon footprint of wholemeal bread production in Italy