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How a Geographical Information System can assist foresters in mountain forest management? [30 / 01 / 2018]

Forests are already a very important renewable resource. As demand for renewable resources increases, in the future, forests will have to be managed to maximize output while ensuring forest sustainability. The use of different technological […]

Register now for this new postgraduate course on Sustainable Tourism for Mountain Areas (Italy) [26 / 01 / 2018]

The Mountain University – the Edolo campus of the University of Milan, the University of Eastern Piedmont, in collaboration with the University of Tuscia, launch the post-graduate degree course on Sustainable Tourism for Mountain Areas. This post graduate […]

Interview of the month: Meeting Bernat Claramunt from CREAF (Spain) [26 / 01 / 2018]

CREAF stands for Ecological and Forestry Applications Research Centre, it is an independent public research centre conducting research in the field of land ecology. Founded in 1987 in Catalonia, Spain, CREAF is a consortium formed […]

Calls for Promotion Programme for Agricultural Products 2018 just launched [25 / 01 / 2018]

The calls for proposals to promote European agricultural products throughout the world and within the EU are open up to the 12 April 2018. Submissions will have to be done via the Participant Portal. The […]

Have your say on the future of mountain pastoralism ! [24 / 01 / 2018]

Pastoralism is a traditional and extensive livestock farming activity, practised in mountainous areas in particular. This form of breeding enables the development of territories with low agronomic value, difficult to access or non-mechanisable, and thus […]

New platform to help boosting growth in EU border regions [23 / 01 / 2018]

The European Commission has just launched a new platform to share good practices for boosting growth in EU border regions and create a professional network of EU border stakeholders. This European professional platform is part […]

From Horizon 2020 to FP9: lessons learnt from the mid-term evaluation [18 / 01 / 2018]

The European Commission has recently released the Horizon 2020 interim evaluation “maximising the impact of EU research and innovation”. The evaluation draws the lessons learnt to maximise the impact of future framework programmes. The evaluation […]

Give your opinion on EU Cohesion Policy: consultation is now open [17 / 01 / 2018]

The European Commission has just launched a public consultation on EU funds in the area of cohesion to design comprehensive proposals for the next generation of financial programmes for the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework. The […]

Implementation of EU macro-regional strategies: results and perspectives for the future [15 / 01 / 2018]

The report on the implementation of EU macro-regional strategies, whose rapporteur is Andrea Cozzolino, was adopted on 1st December 2017 by the European Parliament. The objective of this report is to foster discussion on the […]

Discover the new brochure of good practices on developing mountain attractiveness [12 / 01 / 2018]

Euromontana is happy to release its brochure of good practices, written by its Secretariat during the year 2017. These examples of good practices demonstrate how European mountains are innovative and succeed to highlight and to […]

Launch of the Oreka Mendian website! [11 / 01 / 2018]

The LIFE project Oreka Mendian (2016-2021) aims to develop a common strategy for the conservation and the management of mountain pasture environments located in Natura 2000 areas in the Basque Country. A member of Euromontana, the […]

How efficient have the CAP greening measures been so far? [10 / 01 / 2018]

In 2017, Alliance Environnement (formed by IEEP and Oréade-Brèche) and the Thünen Institute carried out an evaluation of the greening measures under the Direct Payments Regulation for the European Commission. The 2013 CAP reform introduced […]

A new Smart Villages portal has been launched [8 / 01 / 2018]

The ENRD Contact Point recently launched an online portal collecting projects, initiatives, and networks from across Europe exploring new and varied ways of revitalising rural services through digital and social innovation. The portal contains information […]

How to combat wildfires in Mediterranean mountains? Maintain active agriculture and forestry [5 / 01 / 2018]

Mountain landscapes in Portugal and other Mediterranean regions in Europe have changed considerably over the last decades. Changes, driven mostly by socioeconomic factors (e.g., demography, agricultural policy) lead to depopulation and land abandonment in many […]

The need for providing public goods in remote and marginal areas, including mountains [3 / 01 / 2018]

In the final stage of the PEGASUS project, three workshops aimed at testing our emerging findings by highlighting specific perspectives. The workshop in Vienna focused on exploring in more detail the potential for provision of […]

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Missed our seminar on senior #tourism and accessibility? You want to catch up & discover inspiring initiatives?
⬇ The recording is available on our YouTube channel ⬇
https://t.co/zdhp4xaE4R

#Mobility can be Sustainable & Smart if accessible to all for better #cohesion and greater emissions reduction 🚞 The new EU strategy should
🌄Propose a Rural Mobility Package
🌄Develop rail transport
🌄Further support #socialinnovation & #SmartVillages
https://t.co/i2NwQp9Wim

🗣️@joseppuxeu Following the huge increase in teleworking during the lockdown, the #postcovid recovery plans are opening up opportunities to consolidate a paradigm shift that is no longer utopian, where jobs with high added value are relocated to rural and mountainous areas.🧑‍💻🏞️

🗣️@dslavova1 In mountain areas, extensive livestock farming enables marginal land without agricultural value to be put to good use.

Well-managed grazing activity provides multiple benefits but specific support measures are absolutely necessary

#RuralAreas 🧑‍🌾🐄

👉 Registration open for our first webinar 👈
Join us on 1 Oct to discuss rural #resilience and build a smarter future for mountain communities 🌄 With @HerbertDorfmann @Cia_Agricoltura @CPoliedra & more! Registration before 29 Sept ⬇
https://t.co/jdfCdDAMmP

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