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Budget post-2020: serious cuts in the CAP and the Cohesion Policy budgets but strong increase in research and youth [9 / 05 / 2018]

Once every seven years, the European Union decides on its future long-term budget – the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF). The next such budget, starting on 1 January 2021, will be the first for the European […]

The Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment launches a mountain biodiversity and human wellbeing survey [8 / 05 / 2018]

The Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment (GMBA), a platform for international and cross-disciplinary collaboration on the assessment, conservation, and sustainable use of mountain biodiversity, is carrying out a first assessment of the state of, trends in, […]

How the GreenWoolF project achieved to convert wool wastes into high value fertilizer [4 / 05 / 2018]

Wool is a by-product of sheep breeding. It is divided into high quality and low-quality wool, called coarse wool that is not suitable for textile uses. The remaining wool is considered as useless waste because […]

“The wolf has returned” – Feedback from the conference of the Saxony-Anhalt delegation [4 / 05 / 2018]

On April 12, 2018, the Representation of the German State of Saxony-Anhalt to the European Union and its Ministry of Environment, Agriculture and Energy organised a conference in Brussels on the topic of large predators […]

Apply now for this new course on “Recording rock-art: new technologies for the documentation and management of mountain and valley heritage” (Italy) [2 / 05 / 2018]

The Mountain University (the Edolo campus of the University of Milan) in collaboration with the Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici  have launched a course on “Recording rock-art: new technologies for the documentation and management of mountain and valley […]

Which future for pastoralism in Europe? Feedback from the workshop in Moûtiers [27 / 04 / 2018]

On 7 March 2018, Euromontana organized a workshop entitled “Which future for pastoralism in Europe? The cohabitation with large carnivores and the attractivity of the pastoral jobs in question”, in Moûtiers, in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region […]

Future EU budget announcements to come next week! [24 / 04 / 2018]

The European commissioner for budget and human resources, Günther Oettinger, will be announcing key figures for each of the main areas of the post-2020 budget on 2 May 2018. Details on the proposed spending in […]

Registrations for the XI European Mountain Convention on cultural heritage are now open! [20 / 04 / 2018]

  How can we turn an unreplaceable inheritance from the past into a game changer for our future? This is the objective of the XI European Mountain Convention on “Cultural Heritage as an Engine for […]

How to enhance rural innovation? Key messages from the OECD conference [19 / 04 / 2018]

The 11th OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) Rural Development Conference was held in Edinburgh on 9-12 April 2018. Prior to the main conference, a series of interactive sessions, led by the European Network […]

Smart Villages: Participate in the consultation on the definition and share your good practices [18 / 04 / 2018]

The concept of “Smart Villages” is gaining more and more attention at EU level and is likely to play a role in future policy. In light of this, a Pilot Project has been launched on […]

Smart Villages : For a Smarter Future of Rural areas [17 / 04 / 2018]

On 13th April 2018 in Bled, Slovenia, a joint conference between the European Commission and the European Parliament was organised on “European Action for Smart Villages: for a brighter future of rural areas in the […]

Dramatic biodiversity trends, including in mountain areas: The most recent scientific updates are out [12 / 04 / 2018]

The last few weeks have been fruitful in terms of scientific publications and political declarations on the dramatic trends observed in the levels of biodiversity world-wide. Several publications have caught our eye, notably a study […]

SILVER SMEs: Euromontana is pleased to have won a new Interreg Europe project! [11 / 04 / 2018]

SILVER SMEs is an INTERREG Europe project that aims to identify and implement regional policies that take advantage of opportunities derived from the Silver Economy in order to improve the growth and competitiveness of SMEs. […]

Register now for the Forest Innovation workshop on 26 April in Brussels [9 / 04 / 2018]

Forestry and forest-based economy will play a major role in the EU climate and energy policy and bio-economy. The European Innovation Partnership Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability (EIP Agri) specifically addresses these issues and offers a framework […]

Wifi4EU web portal is now open: municipalities can register [5 / 04 / 2018]

The European Commission has recently launched the Wifi4EU web portal, where municipalities or association of municipalities from across Europe can register to receive financing for the installation of free wireless internet hotspots. The Wifi4EU initiative, […]

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Investigating the Silver Economy in Europe #1
🔹 Rural Europe is #ageing
🔹 Our regions lack services, including for #olderadults
🔹 The #SilverEconomy can improve their quality of life

👇Discover how in our first interactive infographic👇
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40% of European regions are excluded from #innovation developments for 4.0 technologies. They miss opportunities and the edge achieved in 3.0 technologies. 📖more about #digitaltranformation of Regional Economies in this last update of Transregecon project
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Le #SAB et l'Aide suisse à la montagne lancent le Prix Montagne 2020. Doté de 40'000 et 20'000 francs, il récompense des entreprises novatrices contribuant au développement des régions de #montagne. Les candidatures peuvent être envoyées jusqu'au 18 août.
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❌ No #youth should be left behind ❌
See the recommendations of the Council of the UE for more opportunities for the #rural youth with:
👉 employment & training opportunities
👉 inclusive governance & youth spaces
👉 transports & ICT infrastructures
https://t.co/9auFpUdQeL

Discover MapLoup, a portal on #predation developed in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region
📱💻 It provides real time notifications on attacks to farmers and decision makers and an atlas of long-term trends for a better analysis of evolutions 👇
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