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A new database of good practices on climate change adaptation [9 / 04 / 2019]

The Pyrenees Climate Change Observatory (OPCC) created a new online database of good practices regarding climate change adaptation in the Pyrenees. The OPCC aims at monitoring and understanding climate change in the Pyrenees. The new […]

Wind farms and wolf conservation in Portugal: an innovative compensation scheme [5 / 04 / 2019]

Several renewable energy companies in Portugal have united to create the Iberian Wolf Habitat Conservation Association (ACHLI), which aims at putting in practice conservation activities that compensate for the environmental impact of wind parks. If […]

How can rural be inspirational? Choose your favourite project now [3 / 04 / 2019]

The Rural Inspiration Awards recognise inspiring initiatives funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) that demonstrate the contribution of rural development policy towards a more competitive, sustainable and inclusive rural Europe. The […]

Young people to the mountain tops this summer [2 / 04 / 2019]

Mountain areas are keen to welcome young travellers this summer and Euromontana has spotted three unique opportunities for young mountaineers from all over Europe. Don’t wait any longer to book your summer holidays! Travelling by […]

The EU ready to legislate on a worldwide protection of Geographical Indications? [29 / 03 / 2019]

On March 14, 2019, the European Parliament, the Council and the European Commission reached a political agreement on the rules that lay down how the EU will operate as a member of the Geneva Act. […]

SIMRA’s 6th newsletter in your mailboxes [28 / 03 / 2019]

Only one year left of SIMRA! This coming year will be full of opportunities for you to contribute to the SIMRA project: local workshops will be organised to discuss the results of our case studies […]

Interview of the month: meeting with Bruno Douniès, from the APM (France) [25 / 03 / 2019]

The Association Porc Montagne (APM) is a French association created in 1997 to bring together representatives of the mountain swine industry through professional colleges of the sector. We met Bruno Douniès, Coordinator of the association, […]

Sustainable tourism policy: what is at stake after 2020? [22 / 03 / 2019]

Tourism is a significant factor of territorial development for mountain areas but also faces challenges related to social and environmental sustainability. With the current programming period coming to its end, different stakeholders and Members of […]

International day of forests 2019 [21 / 03 / 2019]

Coinciding with the first day of the spring season, Thursday 21th March is the International Day of Forests 2019. Of particular importance for the EU, forests cover 40% of the EU’s land area, including half […]

Smart Village Scotland: Web communities for Scotland’s rural towns and villages [21 / 03 / 2019]

Smart Village Scotland is a platform aiming at helping the development of smart villages in Scotland, by equipping rural territories with the same technologies as those existing in large cities. It provides a dedicated webpage […]

How to drive rural and mountain areas towards sustainability? [19 / 03 / 2019]

Last March 14, 2019, Euromontana participated to the joint conference of the European Economic and Social Committee and the European Rural Parliament “Making rural areas the engines of a sustainable Europe”. The event aimed at […]

How to achieve bio-circular villages? [15 / 03 / 2019]

On March 7, 2019, Euromontana participated to the “2019 Circular Economy Stakeholder Conference: Success Stories and New Challenges” jointly organised by the European Commission and the European Economic and Social Committee. This year’s workshops included […]

Discover in video the SILVER SMEs project! [12 / 03 / 2019]

SILVER SMEs just published its first video about the project! Filmed during the partner’s visit to Lille, on 29, 30 January 2019, it aims to present the objectives of the project and the challenges for […]

The green architecture of the CAP: challenges and threats for mountain areas [8 / 03 / 2019]

A CAP reform usually means a reform of the green architecture of the CAP and the post-2020 reform is no exception. Even more so, as one of the general objectives for the next CAP is […]

The Social Innovation family: what about social economy and digital social innovation? [7 / 03 / 2019]

During the European Industry Days, taking place in Brussels, on 5-6 February 2019, a special focus was given to the wider family of social innovation including social enterprises and digital social innovation. Both the European […]

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. @EUSALP wants your opinion! 📢 Give you views on the priorities for integrating mountain territories into regional and national agendas in view of the new European programming before December 13! 👇
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Don't miss the 2020 edition of the Forest Innovation Workshop
📆 When? 15 & 16 January 2020
📌 Where? Florence, Italy
Register to join and discuss innovations in the sector and their socio-environmental impacts 👇
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Marie Clotteau, director of @Euromontana, gives an overview of the situation for #mountains in national agendas. @EUSALP @MiurSocial

📅 SAVE THE DATE! On 19 and 20 February 2020 SIMRA's Final Event will be held in Brussels (Belgium). We'll keep you updated 😉

5th newsletter published from our @interregeurope project on the #SilverEconomy in rural and mountainous areas with new inspiring ideas to increase the quality of life of the ageing rural population 👇

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