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A Global fair of observatories of mountain social-ecological systems [13 / 03 / 2014]

The Mountain Research Initiative organises a global fair of mountain observatories on 16-19 July 2014 in Reno, Nevada (USA). You have until the 11th of April to submit your abstract if you wish to present […]

Territorial development: potentials and challenges for Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Liechtenstein [12 / 03 / 2014]

On the eve of a strategic meeting of the ESPON monitoring committee in which EU Members and ESPON Partner States shall decide about the ambition and funding rules of the ESPON 2020 programme, the four […]

Online MSc Sustainable Mountain Development: Scholarship available [6 / 03 / 2014]

A scholarship towards the costs of participating in the part-time online MSc Sustainable Mountain Development offered by the University of the Highlands and Islands, Scotland, is available for one student starting in September 2014. The […]

Sustainable Energy Days 2014: publish your activities! [4 / 03 / 2014]

Organise your own Energy Day and take part in the biggest event on renewable energy and energy efficiency in Europe! Energy Days are not-for-profit events that promote energy efficiency or renewable energy. The activities can […]

A new regional “Balkan-Mediterranean” Programme [28 / 02 / 2014]

With an estimated budget of €60 million, the new “Balkan- Mediterranean” Programme is a result of a joint decision of the European Commission and the countries of South Eastern Europe to enhance and support cohesion […]

How to reach farmers in disseminating Rural Development: A Good Example from Emilia-Romagna [25 / 02 / 2014]

The Challenge The regional government of the Emilia-Romagna region in Northern Italy realised that the knowledge dissemination in rural development has been under-performing in the region so far and has wanted to improve this situation. […]

Erasmus + Sport: a new programme to encourage physical activity [25 / 02 / 2014]

On 4th February 2014, the Erasmus+ Sport info day took place in Brussels, organised by the European Commission and the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). The new programme on Sport aims at tackling […]

EUROMONTANA and GREEN MOUNTAIN launch the SEE Focus Group [25 / 02 / 2014]

Euromontana and Green Mountain signed on 20th of February the Memorandum of Understanding for the creation of a Focus Group on Sustainable Mountain Development in South-Eastern Europe (SEE Focus Group). The official launch took place […]

FREE Solutions Video Contest – the Competition is now open! [14 / 02 / 2014]

Do you live in a remote or rural area? Or a small town in the European countryside? Do you have a specific way of dealing with your energy concerns? The FREE initiative has launched its […]

European Tourism Indicators System (ETIS): involve mountains in the second pilot phase [13 / 02 / 2014]

ETIS is the European Tourism Indicators System for Sustainable Management at Destination Level. It is a set of 27 core and 40 optional indicators to evaluate and monitor the progress towards a more sustainable management […]

Energy efficiency: a new EU Communication and a new public consultation [13 / 02 / 2014]

The European Commission has just launched a new public consultation on “Progress towards the 2020 energy efficiency objective and a 2030 energy efficiency policy framework“. This consultation is open up to 28/04/2014. For more information […]

Interreg Europe: first consultation of stakeholders on the new Operational Programme [7 / 02 / 2014]

  On 5th February 2014, Euromontana participated to a first stakeholders’ consultation on the new programme INTERREG EUROPE. Over 60 representatives of regions, other European networks and the European Commission met the Joint Technical Secretariat […]

Euromontana recruits a new Director [3 / 02 / 2014]

After close to six years leading Euromontana secretariat, Alexia Rouby will most certainly move to other functions from May 2014 onwards. Euromontana is looking for a new talented person to replace her at the position […]

Improve your transport offer with a better coordination of Transports Authorities [2 / 02 / 2014]

In the Auvergne region (France), there are 13 Authorities organising transport (AOT), each of them covering different territories with possible overlaps. Since 2008, a process to better coordinate the 13 AOTs has been implemented to […]

Proceedings of Birdlife’s Alpine rural development conference are online [30 / 01 / 2014]

The conference ‘Rural development: A critical opportunity for people and biodiversity’ took place in Turin (Italy) on the 6th of November 2013. It was organised by BirdLife Europe together with LIPU (BirdLife in Italy) and […]

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