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Actualités – Mobilité et Infrastructure

12 / 02 / 2019

Des bonnes pratiques de mobilité durable rurale présentées lors de l’atelier SMARTA

Lancé en mai 2018, le projet SMARTA (Sustainable shared mobility interconnected with public transport in European rural areas – ou encore « Mobilité partagée, interconnectée et durable en zone rurale ») est un projet de deux ans, […]

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9 / 01 / 2019

Numérisation dans le tourisme : Analyse approfondie des défis et des opportunités

La Commission a publié une nouvelle étude sur la numérisation dans le tourisme afin d’analyser les défis et les opportunités de la numérisation dans le tourisme, la manière dont ces défis et opportunités affectent les […]

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4 / 06 / 2018

Rezo Pouce, l’autostop pour améliorer la mobilité rurale

Rezo Pouce est une solution aux problèmes de mobilité dans les zones rurales. Cette entreprise offre un mode de transport gratuit, respectueux de l’environnement et convivial, en promouvant la pratique de l’auto-stop, de manière organisée […]

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18 / 04 / 2018

Smart Villages: Participate in the consultation on the definition and share your good practices

The concept of “Smart Villages” is gaining more and more attention at EU level and is likely to play a role in future policy. In light of this, a Pilot Project has been launched on […]

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5 / 04 / 2018

Wifi4EU web portal is now open: municipalities can register

The European Commission has recently launched the Wifi4EU web portal, where municipalities or association of municipalities from across Europe can register to receive financing for the installation of free wireless internet hotspots. The Wifi4EU initiative, […]

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21 / 11 / 2017

Wifi4EU Initiative: implement wireless access points in your municipality

The European Commission has launched a new initiative to install wireless access points in centers of public life, like parks, town squares, public buildings, public libraries, hospitals, museums. The first call for proposals will be […]

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6 / 11 / 2017

Broadband coverage in Europe: where do rural and mountain areas stand?

 The European Commission publishes every year since 2013, a mapping of the broadband coverage in Europe. The new report “Broadband Coverage in Europe 2016: Mapping progress towards the coverage objectives of the Digital Agenda”, analyses […]

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3 / 10 / 2017

The Alpine Pearls: a car-free mobility experience for your holidays

   The Alpine Pearls initiative aims to set up innovative tourism offers that respect the environment. The network currently has 25 villages (known as « Pearls ») scattered across Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Slovenia and Switzerland, six Alpine […]

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6 / 09 / 2017

EU Support to Broadband in Mountain Regions

Mountain areas suffer from low connectivity The last Digital Economy and Society Index, known as DESI, shows that rural connectivity is on the rise but still far below the average European access of 76% of […]

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13 / 07 / 2017

An on-demand bus to serve mountain and remote areas

Bwcabus (Book-a-bus) is an on–demand local bus service operating in west Wales. The initiative was created in 2015 to respond to the needs of people living in rural and mountain areas. Context Rural and mountainous […]

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10 / 07 / 2017

Euromontana at the International Trade show for Mountain Industry and Innovators in Tarbes

From the 5th to 7th July 2017, the first edition of the International Trade show for Mountain Industry and Innovators, “Mountain Business Summit”, was held in Tarbes, in the French Pyrenees. The Summit aimed to […]

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10 / 03 / 2016

How the lowlands have conditioned Italian growth

The European Research Centre (CER) and tsm – Trentino School of Management elaborated a study that analyses how altitude has influenced the regional development in Italy. La montagna perduta. Come la pianura ha condizionato lo […]

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29 / 05 / 2015

Slovenia brings the digital culture to youngsters

Dolenjska Multimedia Centre opened its doors in 2003, since then, its objective has been to ensure that youngsters could have access to computers and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) as well as to entrepreneurship programmes, […]

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21 / 04 / 2015

How to use Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools to improve tourism

In the framework of the live events on digital tourism, the European Commission has organised a series of six webinars focused on how to use ICT tools to improve the sector of tourism. Thus, the […]

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21 / 04 / 2015

e-commerce, 4G and digital skills among the EC priorities for the Digital Market strategy

In order to keep on working on the development of the Digital Single Market, the European Commission (EC) has agreed on focusing on three main areas for action. For the first area, better access for […]

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Romania just created a specific logo to help consumers identify mountain products with the quality term label! 👏 More than 20 producers are already benefiting from the label to promote their traditional techniques and #QualityFood !

Join the #SmartVillages community on Facebook! Share your ideas & examples with more than 500 members! 🤗 https://t.co/QKj2uddZdk
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Young people have shared the opinion about development in the Alps⛰〽️👩👱‍♀️

Youngsters produced the film clip „Call for the Alps“ during the journey in South Tyrol. The film presents future, life, demography and climate changes of/... https://t.co/udAlPQC4Nw

What is the essence of #SmartVillages and where do we stand in their implementation for the next programmation period? Feedback from the presentation of @simra_eu at the @EU_CoR! #RuralInnovation #SocialInnovation


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