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2 / 06 / 2021

Smart Mountains: Climate Adaptation – What opportunities for mountain businesses?

  On 27 May 2021, Euromontana held its third Smart Mountains webinar “Climate Adaptation – What opportunities for mountain businesses?”. This webinar belongs to a series of virtual events that Euromontana is organising to fuel […]

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21 / 05 / 2021

Euromontana presents initiatives for a better management of grasslands

On 11th May 2021, Euromontana participated to the online forum of the Mixed Technological Unit for “Resources and transformations of Mediterranean pastoral livestock” (UMT Pasto) – a cooperation structure that gathers since 2014 research organisations, […]

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20 / 04 / 2021

OREKA MENDIAN Booklet of good practices is out!

In April 2021, OREKA MENDIAN published a booklet of good practices showcasing 31 inspiring examples for the sustainable management of mountain grasslands gathered across 18 European countries. These good practices will inspire farmers, breeders and […]

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9 / 03 / 2021

EU Adaptation Strategy: mountain regions almost forgotten?

The European Commission adopted its Strategy on Adaptation to Climate Change on February 24, 2021 (repealing the 2013 Strategy). The new EU Adaptation Strategy laid out the vision putting the European Union on a pathway […]

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1 / 03 / 2021

How to finance climate action in mountains: future opportunities through Cohesion Policy, Interreg Alpine Space and Horizon Europe

For the 2021-2027 programming period, the European Commission puts at the core of its mandate a reinforced effort to accelerate the transition towards climate neutrality – envisaged by 2050 – and mainstream the investments to […]

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15 / 02 / 2021

Apply to the call for networking events to build LIFE proposals in 2021

The European Commission launched a call to support the promotion or organisation of small networking events (between 20 and 40 participants) addressing the conservation and management issues related to habitat types, species and management themes […]

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10 / 02 / 2021

Low-carbon dairy farm: reducing the climate impact of milk production in the mountains

« Ferme laitière bas carbone », literally Low Carbon Dairy Farm aims to promote agricultural practices and actions to reduce by 20% the carbon footprint of milk production by 2025. This French approach is led by the […]

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20 / 01 / 2021

Smart mountains: how can biosphere reserves contribute to the Green Deal?

Euromontana held its second webinar on Smart Mountains on 14 January 2021 to discuss the possible contribution of Biosphere Reserves in achieving the EU Green Deal objectives. Co-organised by Euromontana, the UNESCO Man and the […]

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17 / 12 / 2020

Results-based agri-environment payment schemes to protect mountain grasslands

In the Târnava Mare and Pogányhavas regions, Romania, mountain grasslands’ species are endangered due to the deterioration of habitats. To protect the biodiversity of these mountain areas, the Fundatia ADEPT worked with the Romanian government […]

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16 / 12 / 2020

How to integrate the Green Deal into the Cohesion Policy? A toolkit for Managing Authorities

Managing Authorities are currently drafting their Operational Programmes for 2021-2027 and a large part of their operations will have to contribute to achieving the Green Deal objectives. To support Managing Authorities at national and regional […]

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15 / 12 / 2020

Save the date! Smart mountains: how can biosphere reserves contribute to the Green Deal?

  Euromontana invites you to its webinar “Smart mountains: how can biosphere reserves contribute to the Green Deal?”, taking place on January 14, 2021, from 14:00 to 15h45. This webinar, co-organised  by Euromontana, the Perth […]

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14 / 12 / 2020

Join OREKA MENDIAN’s online training on mountain grasslands’ conservation!

On 17 December, as part of the LIFE project OREKA MENDIAN, will be held online a course on “Biodiversity of mountain grasslands and extensive livestock farming”. This training aims to enhance the importance of protected […]

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9 / 12 / 2020

The EU Forest Strategy for 2030: enhancing the resilience of forests and regional value chains

As part of the Green Deal, the European Commission should present in the beginning of 2021 the new EU Forest Strategy for 2030, repealing the 2013 text. Forests are the most common land cover of […]

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17 / 11 / 2020

Mountains’ protected areas hard-hit by forest fires in 2019, says a new report

The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission recently published the 20th edition of its annual report on forest fires, revealing that 400.000 hectares burned in the EU in 2019. A figure that needs to […]

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12 / 11 / 2020

Biodiversity at risk, have your say!

Discussions are ongoing on the new EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030, presented by the European Commission in May 2020. This strategy fixes new targets for biodiversity restauration and protection. Among them was the proposal to […]

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¿Eres joven? ¿Te interesan las montañas? Encuesta de @Euromontana para evaluar los deseos y retos a los que se enfrentan jóvenes de 18 a 29 años para vivir en la montaña en toda Europa https://t.co/PHQtzT3rBL

⛰️ #HAZI comparte la #encuesta de @Euromontana para evaluar los deseos y desafíos de la #juventud de las zonas de montaña de Europa. 10 años después de un primer estudio, esta encuesta mostrará la situación actual de los/as jóvenes

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Proud that @Euromontana includes the European LIFE @polyfarming project about #regenerativeagriculture 🥕🍎🌿🐄 as an inspiring model, in the recently published handbook of good practices!

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An incredibly important study - we highly encourage 18-29 years olds living in European mountain areas to take part! https://t.co/WUT1EoL6MX

Les jeunes et la montagne : une question d'avenir. Le #PNR relaie une enquête 🇪🇺 de @Euromontana, pour la prise de parole des jeunes de montagne
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