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URBACT: an Opportunity for Cities in Mountain Areas? [17 / 01 / 2019]

URBACT’s last call for Action Planning networks is now open. The URBACT III Programme is looking for up to 23 new Action Planning networks. Action Planning networks aim to help cities in Europe find solutions […]

New SILVER SMEs project brochure just out [16 / 01 / 2019]

The SILVER SMEs Interreg Europe project has just released its project brochure, describing the key objectives and activities of the project, as well as ways to get involved in the project. You can find out […]

The Committee of the Regions calls for strong rural development to overcome the challenges face by territories [15 / 01 / 2019]

The Committee of the Regions (CoR) adopted an opinion on the Common Agricultural Policy  (CAP) on 5 December 2018 in which it emphasised the need for a fairer, more sustainable and more inclusive CAP. According […]

How education can connect youth and Alpine heritage? [11 / 01 / 2019]

The Interreg Alpine Space project YOUrALPS: Educating Youth for the Alps – (re)connecting Youth and Mountain heritage for an inspiring future in the Alps lasts from November 2016 to October 2019 and tackles the challenge […]

Digitalisation in Tourism: In-depth analysis of challenges and opportunities [9 / 01 / 2019]

The Commission has published a new study on digitalisation in tourism to analyse the challenges and opportunities of digitalisation in tourism, how these challenges and opportunities affect different stakeholder groups, and to discuss how they […]

A new Expert analysis on Mountains areas in the Cohesion Policy has been published [7 / 01 / 2019]

DG REGIO has published the final report of Gilda Carbone on “Expert analysis on Geographical specificities: Mountains, Islands and Sparsely Populated Areas”. This report was asked by DG REGIO to better understand how the Managing […]

How the municipality of Alzen quadrupled its population in 40 years [1 / 01 / 2019]

Following the sudden death of André Rouch, President of the Parc Naturel des Pyrénées Ariégeoises and member of Euromontana, on 31 December 2018, Euromontana wishes to honour his dynamism and enthusiasm for his mountains and […]

Call for Papers – International Mountain Conference 2019 [20 / 12 / 2018]

Article sent it by Thomas Dax, Bundesanstalt für Bergbauernfragen (BABF) / Federal Institute for Mountainous and Less-Favoured Areas After three global mountain research conferences organised by the Centre for Mountain Studies at Perth, Scotland (2005, […]

Commission is consulting on EU product policy and circular economy [19 / 12 / 2018]

Within the context of the Circular Economy Action Plan, the European Commission has launched a public consultation on its initiative “Towards an EU Product Policy Framework contributing to the Circular Economy”. This consultation aims to gather […]

What are current challenges and needs of the forestry and wood sector? Please share your views in the ROSEWOOD needs surveys [18 / 12 / 2018]

ROSEWOOD is a European Horizon 2020 project dedicated to Sustainable Wood Mobilisation. it aims to build a trans-European network for the transfer of best practices & innovations in sustainable wood mobilisation. This network wants to […]

Interview of the month: Meeting Windy K. Moe from the Eastern Norway Research Institute [17 / 12 / 2018]

Windy K. Moe is a mountain farmer as well as the person in charge of communication for the Eastern Norway Research Institute, one of Euromontana’s members. In this interview, we will learn more about how […]

Internship opportunity – Pastoralism – March 2019 [14 / 12 / 2018]

Euromontana is recruiting an intern to work on pastoralism, starting in March 2019.   Position: Intern Study Officer You will be under the responsibility of the Project Officer of Euromontana and your responsibilities will include: […]

Silver SMEs publishes its first newsletter [12 / 12 / 2018]

  Did you know that the Silver Economy accounted for over 78 million of jobs in the EU in 2015? That almost half of all women aged 85 and over were living alone in the […]

Sign the AlpFoodway project’s petition to support the nomination of Alpine food heritage on the UNESCO’s Intangible Heritage list [11 / 12 / 2018]

In October 2018, the AlpFoodway project officially initiated the process for inscribing Alpine food heritage on the UNESCO Intangible Heritage List. The project partners hope that this inscription will be the end result of this […]

The role of the shepherd: Tradition and technology for the conservation of mountain pastures [7 / 12 / 2018]

On 26 November 2018, the LIFE project OREKA MENDIAN organised its halfway seminar in Vitoria-Gasteiz (Spanish Basque Country) on “The role of the shepherd. Tradition and technology for the conservation of mountain pastures“. During the […]

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Young volunteers in the Regional natural park of the Bauges massif ⛰🏃‍♀️🚶‍♂️

Youngsters worked voluntarily as a nature guides in the French Regional natural park of the Bauges massif. Check out how their daily life in the wild... https://t.co/2zPMnn9yGu

Register now to the "Sustainable Tourism for Rural Development" conference! ⬇️

Population change in the Alps 2001-2015. Urbanization is a key element in attracting population. How does this impact the design of effective solutions to ensure balanced sustainable development in the area?
Read the final report of our project Alps2050
https://t.co/brPL3fyQ5V

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Teachers and non-teachers alike – How do you teach kids about #forests? Send the @FAOForestry a video and win a trip to Rome! #IntlForestDay
➡️https://t.co/h69LY8KPdv

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