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Where do we stand in the adoption of the legislative proposals for the CAP 2021-2027? [18 / 02 / 2020]

Proposed in June 2018 by the European Commission, the legislative proposals for the future CAP for 2021-2027 are still under negotiation. Delayed due to the discussions on the Brexit and the Multiannual Financial Framework, they […]

Euromontana in the Troodos mountains in Cyprus for smart governance [17 / 02 / 2020]

From January 28 to 31, 2020, Euromontana was invited to participate in the three-day European conference “Mountain Areas of Large Mediterranean Islands: European Issues, National and Regional Policies and Local Mechanisms” organised in the Troodos […]

EUSALP: Euromontana at a round table on short circuits [11 / 02 / 2020]

On 4 February in Lyon, France, the French presidency of EUSALP (macro strategy for the Alps) was launched. A round table discussion was held on the topic of “What short circuits for agricultural and forestry […]

Interview of the month: meeting with George Alexakis, from the Region of Crete (Greece) [11 / 02 / 2020]

The region of Crete is the biggest island in Greece, and the fifth one in the Mediterranean basin. High mountains ranges are a key feature of the region’s distinctiveness, which faces the specificities of both […]

Rural Europe: which way to go? A call for a European long-term vision for the development of rural areas [7 / 02 / 2020]

  In September 2019, the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, announced her wish to develop a new long-term vision for rural areas, which will be developed by the Vice-President for Democracy […]

Promote mountain products within the 2020 promotion policy calls! [4 / 02 / 2020]

On January 30, 2020, the Consumers, Health and Food Executive Agency of the EU (CHAFEA) held an Info Day on the Call for Proposals for the 2020 EU Promotion Programme for Agricultural Products. The promotion […]

Booklet of good practices 2020: get inspired by these mountain initiatives [29 / 01 / 2020]

To celebrate the start of 2020, Euromontana has published a new booklet of good practices. This brochure is the result of the exchange of good practices carried out by Euromontana in 2019 and aims at […]

Ecotourism trainings for handicraft entrepreneurs: a driver of sustainable tourism in the Carpathians [29 / 01 / 2020]

At a time when mass tourism is intensifying and concentrating on a few cities and destinations in Europe, with significant impacts on the environment but also on the lives of local people, it is crucial […]

The PASTRES project – could we learn from pastoralists? [22 / 01 / 2020]

By Michele NORI, PASTRES project research associate The PASTRES project is a research project dealing with pastoralism and pastoralists living in different regions of the globe, including different portions of European mountainous, inner and island […]

Making people proud of their rural roots: the Universal Day of Rural Pride [21 / 01 / 2020]

Isabeau Ottolini, Environmental Social Scientist Keeping vibrant and active rural populations is a challenge that requires joining efforts, such as the recently organised European Rural Parliament. The 2019 edition’s location of the event was especially […]

A new European comparator tool on large carnivore’s management [20 / 01 / 2020]

The EU Large Carnivore Platform is a grouping of European stakeholders regularly meeting to discuss issues related to coexistence between humankind and larges carnivores. In January 2020, the platform launched a new online comparative tool. […]

Euromontana calls upon the EU to act against rural depopulation in mountain areas [16 / 01 / 2020]

On January 15, 2020, Euromontana participated to a public consultation at the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) on demographic changes in the EU. The consultation, hosted by Mr János Ádám Karácsony, aimed at providing […]

The European Green Deal: a good deal for mountain areas? [15 / 01 / 2020]

In 2019, December 11th did not only mark International Mountain Day but also the launch of the European Green Deal by the newly elected von der Leyen Commission. The European Green Deal is intended to […]

SIMRA’s final conference: registrations open! [13 / 01 / 2020]

“Social Innovation in Marginalised Rural Areas” (SIMRA) is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. SIMRA seeks to advance understanding of social innovation and innovative governance in agriculture, forestry […]

Subscribe to Euromontana’s external newsletter! [9 / 01 / 2020]

Euromontana is launching its newsletter, focused on policy developments and interesting initiatives for mountain territories in greater Europe. Launched as a new communication tool, this newsletter will provide further information on the activities carried out […]

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The Youth Council of @CipraInt wants to create a single & cheap ticket for #youth to travel throughout the #Alps 🥳
You are between 15-29 and enjoy travelling in the Alps?
You like the concept?
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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

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