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The fourth Interreg Alpine Space call for project proposals is open! [8 / 11 / 2018]

A new Interreg Alpine Space call was recently launched and will close on 12 December 2018 at 13:00. Interreg Alpine Space a European Union funding programme that encourages transnational cooperation beyond borders in the seven Alpine countries. The […]

Boosting cross-border regions with eGovernance solutions [5 / 11 / 2018]

During the European Week of Cities and Regions 2018, organised in Brussels, on 9-11 October 2018, a session focused on how digital solutions can help public administrations boost growth and reduce the obstacles and administrative […]

SIMRA’s 5th newsletter just published! [31 / 10 / 2018]

  Welcome back to SIMRA’s newsletter, where you will discover plenty of examples of social innovation from throughout Europe, whether through the researcher’s perspective with the example of refugee inclusion in Norway, or through the […]

Salt Production System of Añana in the Basque Country [30 / 10 / 2018]

A Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System In November 2017, the FAO declared the Salt Valle Salado, located in the town of Salinas de Añana (Basque Country, in Spain) as the first European Globally Important Agricultural […]

Erasmus 2021-2027: The budget for education and training to double for much higher ambitions [29 / 10 / 2018]

On 30 May 2018, the European Commission published its legislative proposal on the future Erasmus+ programme for the period 2021-2027, the European Union’s programme for education and training, as well as for youth and sport.  […]

Fact-based decision-making in Nordic areas: a new data platform is available [25 / 10 / 2018]

During the European Week of Cities and Regions 2018, organised in Brussels, on 9-11 October 2018, a session focused on the relevance of fact-based reports and tools produced for analysing macro-regions. The aim was to […]

Fostering local development in the Mediterranean via tourism and cultural heritage [24 / 10 / 2018]

Tourism and cultural heritage are two strong vectors of local development, which was explained at length during a session of the European Week of Cities and Regions 2018. Indeed, the Mediterranean basin is the 1st […]

The European Parliament adopted a new resolution on the specific needs of mountain areas [23 / 10 / 2018]

At the request of the RUMRA (Rural, Mountainous and Remote Areas) intergroup that Euromontana is officially supporting, the European Parliament adopted on 3rd October 2018 a resolution on addressing the specific needs of rural, mountainous […]

Connecting rural and urban areas: the way forward to territorial cohesion [22 / 10 / 2018]

Within the framework of the 2018 EU Week of regions and cities, the Diputacio de Barcelona, the Wielkopolska region, the city of Copenhagen, the city of Malmo and the region of Hannover jointly organised a […]

Proceedings of the XI European Mountain Convention are now available [18 / 10 / 2018]

From 25 to 27 September 2018, nearly 200 mountain stakeholders from all over Europe gathered in Vatra Dornei, Romania, to participate in the European Mountain Convention on “Cultural Heritage as an Engine for Creativity, Innovation and […]

Get out there to get in here! [17 / 10 / 2018]

Researchers believe Norwegian outdoor life contributes to good integration. This is the starting point for an Innovation Action led by the Eastern Norway Research Institute (member of Euromontana). Immigrants in many cases are crucial for […]

The Italian “Mountain product” logo is now available [16 / 10 / 2018]

With the release, by the Ministry, of the common logo, Italian mountain producers have now all the normative references for the use of the optional quality term “Mountain product”. The Italian Ministry for agriculture, food, […]

Have you heard about the OREKA MENDIAN project? [15 / 10 / 2018]

Oreka Mendian is an EU LIFE project running from 2016 to 2021, which aims to develop a strategy for the conservation and the management of mountain pastures located in Natura 2000 areas in the Basque […]

The world’s first international Congress on Agritourism at Eurac [12 / 10 / 2018]

Farm holidays, or agritourism for short, have been experiencing a significant increase in overnight stays for years. At the same time, it is more and more developing into a high-quality holiday offer. The striving for […]

Interview of the month: Meeting with Michele Talo from Centro Consorzi di Belluno (Italy) [10 / 10 / 2018]

The “Centro Consorzi” of Belluno is a consortium whose consortia members are companies. It is a training body accredited by the Veneto Region, in Italy, which works to promote training throughout the working life of […]

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Happy to announce that our study on the #decarbonisation of #ruralareas towards #LowCarbonEU2050 will be launched in @Europarl_EN on 20 November. Check out our event hosted by the #RUMRAIntergroup and its Chairwoman @mercedesbresso https://t.co/C5xgDcZX8m

On 09/11 Klaudia Kuras of @CarpathianConv gave an important for the region et al talk at EC DG Regio event on #mountains reflecting on governance experiences, challenges & prospects for the region of moving to sustainability @simra_eu @S4C_Carpathians @EURAC @Euromontana @CMS_UHI

Idoia Arauzo from @opcc_ctp explains the importance of working in networks at #EUMountains! #NEMOR is the new European network for mountain research 🏔️

Andrea Halmos from #DGCNECT presenting interesting opportunities for mountain areas under #EUeGovPlan at #EUMountains 🏞️
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