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Neu.Land.Leben joins Euromontana! [20 / 07 / 2021]

The Austrian organisation Neu.Land.Leben was founded in May 2021 with the objective to bring together people from cities and rural areas. The organisation was initiated after the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. Many people from urban areas […]

Internship opportunity – September 2021 to February 2022 [13 / 07 / 2021]

Euromontana, the European Association of mountain areas, offers in its Brussels office a 6-month internship as Communication Intern from September 2021 onwards. Only students able to provide a traineeship agreement from a university will be […]

Digital Alps: Partnering with Broadband Competence Offices to build a digital connectivity roadmap for the Alpine Region [6 / 07 / 2021]

By Ashya Lane-Spollen, Digital Communications Manager BCO Network Support Facility Mountain regions have much to gain from digitalisation and broadband connectivity. There is great potential for Smart Villages, SMEs, and access to online services in healthcare, education […]

Agreement reached on post-2022 CAP [2 / 07 / 2021]

Last 25th June 2021, negotiators finally came with a deal on the post-2022 Common Agriculture Policy (CAP), which was then endorsed by the Agriculture Council on Monday 28th.   Key elements of the deal One […]

Long-Term Vision for Rural Areas: an achievement for the mountains? [1 / 07 / 2021]

The European Commission published its Long-Term Vision for Rural Areas on 30th June 2021. Announced in September 2019 by the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, the Vision is the new flagship […]

New EU Long-Term Vision for Rural Areas: a welcomed political will but timid progress [30 / 06 / 2021]

Today, the European Commission published its Long-Term Vision for Rural Areas . Euromontana has been advocating for a long time for a European Rural Agenda that would take into consideration the specificities of the different […]

Integrated data to anticipate forest fires in Mediterranean mountains [29 / 06 / 2021]

Fire is the most significant natural threat to forests and wooded areas in Mediterranean mountains. Their natural ecosystems, rich in shrubs, are especially vulnerable to fire and climate change fosters wildfire risks due to the […]

Calls for mountain projects: special edition on the Horizon Europe’s calls [24 / 06 / 2021]

The European Commission recently published the 2021-2022 work programmes of the Horizon Europe, the research and innovation programme of the European Union. The Horizon Europe programme offers funding for international projects on research and innovation […]

Euromontana advocates for mountain products’ sustainability for the future Promotion Policy [23 / 06 / 2021]

Announced in the Farm to Fork Strategy in May 2020, the review of the EU Agricultural Promotion Policy is currently being undertaken by the European Commission. The Promotion Policy provides funding to producers’ organisations to […]

New step towards 2026 as the International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists [22 / 06 / 2021]

The Mongolian government proposed to make of 2026 the International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists (IYRP) at international level. The proposal is mobilising 18 States and more than 264 supporting organisations in the world and […]

For an EU Action Plan for Pastoralism [16 / 06 / 2021]

On 14 June 2021, the European Committee of the Regions, with the support of Euromontana, the Yolda Initiative and the International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists (IYRP) Regional Support Group for Europe, held the conference […]

Sunna Alm: a carbon-neutral mountain restaurant [15 / 06 / 2021]

“Sunna Alm” is a mountain restaurant located in Pitztal, Austria. The restaurant is opened two thirds of the year and has opted for renewable energy to heat its building. Thanks to a combined used of […]

A new monitoring of interesting calls for mountain projects [9 / 06 / 2021]

In this article, you will find the upcoming calls for grants and tenders to develop projects in mountain areas, including the EU funding programmes (e.g. LIFE, Horizon Europe, Erasmus+). The scope of this monitoring is […]

SILVER SMEs’ 11th newsletter is out! [4 / 06 / 2021]

Did you know that SILVER SMEs will soon celebrate its third birthday? Discover our results! Our Interreg Europe project SILVER SMEs will soon celebrate its third year of activity and partners will start implementing regional […]

Being young in a mountain area in 2021 – take the survey! [3 / 06 / 2021]

Are you young? Are you interested in mountain areas? Yes? Then, your opinion matters to us! We need you so that we can better assess the wishes and challenges for young people (18-29 years old) […]

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Get involved! Participate in the @Euromontana survey for young people (18-29 years old) living in #mountain areas across Europe. https://t.co/htzzkXDq3I

The population 65+ age group is expected to grow by 18% for the period 2020-2030 say the latest @EU_Eurostat projections and we should focus on #ActiveHealthyAgeing 👵 Check out how our region is doing ⤵️
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It's still time to take our survey on mountain #youth🌄Tell us what it's like to live in the mountains and what are your hopes for the future!

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Good practice of the day! ✨

A catering service in Spain enhances the well-being of rural older adults by delivering them foods adapted to their needs. 🍴

Find more: 👇 https://t.co/5Q10igXnla

Welcome to our new member Neu Land Leben! 🌄 The Austrian organisation works on making urban and rural citizens closer & just joined the network to share ideas and experiences with other mountainous areas
Discover them👇
https://t.co/onTjq9H25k

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