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Climate change mitigation, a global concern for sustainable development [7 / 07 / 2015]

One of the political priorities nowadays, at a global level, is tackling climate change. The debate on where are the limits of growth, natural resources, pollution, energy and sustainability in addition to new demographic challenges […]

Don’t miss the chance: the call for Interreg Europe has just been launched [3 / 07 / 2015]

The Interreg Europe monitoring committee has finally approved the terms of reference for the first call for project proposals. Please, note that this call opened on the 22nd June 2015 and the deadline of submission […]

Get information on PEGASUS, a new project on Public Ecosystem Goods and Services [3 / 07 / 2015]

Euromontana participates in PEGASUS, a new European project on “Public Ecosystem Goods And Services from land management – Unlocking the Synergies”, coordinated by the Institute for European Environmental Policy (UK), which has just started in […]

The European Commission launches a survey on the future of agricultural research and innovation [3 / 07 / 2015]

In the framework of the Expo 2015, Euromontana attended the “Towards a long-term strategy for European agricultural research and innovation by 2020 and beyond“ event that took place on the 19th June 2015 in Milano. […]

Urnerboden, an example of how mountain food products benefit small villages in the Alps [3 / 07 / 2015]

Urnerboden is a small village located in the Alps in Switzerland. As many other mountain villages Unerboden was facing several difficulties in terms of unemployment, business and depopulation. These problems got worse when milk prices […]

A military fort transformed into an ultra-modern museum in the Italian mountains [19 / 06 / 2015]

After over a decade of restoration work an abandoned fort located in the Aosta Valley, Italy, is now standing as a cultural centre. In the framework of the “regeneration of the Bard castle” project and […]

The 2015 Green Week: “NATURE, OUR HEALTH, OUR WEALTH” [19 / 06 / 2015]

Euromontana attended the 15 th Green Week, the biggest EU annual conference on European Environment that took place from 3 to 5 June 2015 in Brussels. This year the Green Week focused on Nature and […]

Mountain Week at Expo 2015: conferences on mountain products [18 / 06 / 2015]

The Mountain Week was organised at EXPO Milano from the 4th to 11th June 2015 by the Italian Ministry for the Environment, in collaboration with the Alpine Convention, the Carpathian Convention and other organisations such […]

The Quality Mountain Products: challenge and opportunity for harnessing the potential of mountain areas [16 / 06 / 2015]

ROMONTANA, the National Association for Mountains Rural Development in Romania and its partner organizations, members of Euromontana, with the support of the National Rural Development Network (RNDR), Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development from Romania […]

HAZI organized a course on identification and management of communal grasslands in the Basque mountains [12 / 06 / 2015]

Under the title “Identification and management of communal grasslands in the Basque mountains”, Hazi, the Spanish member on which Euromontana’s president, Juan Andrés Gutiérrez is working, organised a course on the 27th and 28th May […]

Euromontana welcomes a new member: Poliedra [11 / 06 / 2015]

Poliedra, in Italy, is officially a new member of Euromontana. Poliedra is a consortium of the Polytechnic University of Milan (Politecnico di Milano) that specializes in applied research and consultancy in the areas of environmental […]

How to reconvert an old industrial park into a social centre in a small village [9 / 06 / 2015]

In the first decades of the XX Century, the Lake Copais company built an industrial park in the small village of Orchomène in Greece. Around fifty years later, this complex was empty and it was […]

The role of rural tourism in mountain areas as a development agent [5 / 06 / 2015]

The small village of Kalopanayiotis, in the mountains of Cyprus, is a good example of how rural tourism can be considered as a sustainable way to preserve communities. Even if in this town we can […]

The LIFE programme has opened two calls for proposals [5 / 06 / 2015]

With the aim of supporting projects that protect the environment and face the impact of climate change, the LIFE programme has launched two calls for proposals. If you want to read the whole article, please, […]

How the European Commission is going to simplify the CAP? [5 / 06 / 2015]

Phil Hogan, European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, has announced two packages of measures to simplify the implementation of the 2014-2020 CAP. On the one hand, he explained that some of the proposals are […]

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Our last video is out 📢 See in this 3rd video:
🔹 insights of our last international conference in Poland
🔹 benefits of the #SilverEco for Irish rural areas with @AislingConway3
🔹 the story of stakeholders with @CuidamosBurgos, Spain
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« A few years ago we benefitted from support of the @EU_Commission DG REGIO to create a mapping - available online - of migrants’ integration networks at territorial level in @OECD countries » C. Charbit from @OECD_local
#AlpineRefugees #ReadingMountains

Les zones de montagne abritent environ 2⃣5⃣% de la biodiversité terrestre.
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#MountainsMatter #COP25

Mountains are home to 15% of the world's population and a quarter of the 🌏's land animals & plants. Their conservation is key for achieving #GlobalGoals.

Wednesday is International Mountain Day. https://t.co/94OWBiHD9U #MountainsMatter

M. Perlik from @CDEunibe & @simra_eu is one of the co-authors of the #AlpineRefugees book. « Hosting migrants in mountain areas is a great opportunity both for the people and the territory »
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