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  • Interview of the month: meeting with Bruno Douniès, from the APM (France)

    The Association Porc Montagne (APM) is a French association created in 1997 to bring together representatives of the mountain swine industry through professional colleges of the sector. We met Bruno Douniès, Coordinator of the association, …
  • Sustainable tourism policy: what is at stake after 2020?

    Tourism is a significant factor of territorial development for mountain areas but also faces challenges related to social and environmental sustainability. With the current programming period coming to its end, different stakeholders and Members of …
  • International day of forests 2019

    Coinciding with the first day of the spring season, Thursday 21th March is the International Day of Forests 2019. Of particular importance for the EU, forests cover 40% of the EU’s land area, including half …
  • Smart Village Scotland: Web communities for Scotland’s rural towns and villages

    Smart Village Scotland is a platform aiming at helping the development of smart villages in Scotland, by equipping rural territories with the same technologies as those existing in large cities. It provides a dedicated webpage …
  • How to drive rural and mountain areas towards sustainability?

    Last March 14, 2019, Euromontana participated to the joint conference of the European Economic and Social Committee and the European Rural Parliament “Making rural areas the engines of a sustainable Europe”. The event aimed at …

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"Euromontana enables us to cross French borders by discovering the initiatives of other European actors" 🇪🇺 In March we met B. Douniès, Coordinato of the French association of mountain swine professionals, read is full interview 👇https://t.co/UIBwS8wdrC

"Forest fires represent 0,2% of the EU’s annual greenhouse gas emissions but they also wipe out the benefits of forests such as CO2 removals from the atmosphere"
Read more 👉 https://t.co/fHHYJSTJRm
#InternationalDayOfForests #IntlForestDay

"There has never been a more important time to introduce a fresh, unique strategy to help safeguard the future of Scotland’s 2112 rural villages”: discover how Kenny Higgins' initiative, the #SmartVillage Scotland platform, can help rural areas! 📡
https://t.co/QcXf6ZO8Kx

The @EP_Environment just adopted the next framework for the @LIFEprogramme 👏 A real chance to develop more projects to protect our climate & environment. With LIFE, Euromontana is currently working on the sustainable management of Natura 2000 grasslands🌱 https://t.co/ys85vNEuOJ

Today is the international #ForestDay! 🌲Forest cover 41% of European mountain areas and are a great resource for the environment and local communities, discover how to protect them: https://t.co/Z3ldAT12Jr

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