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Euromontana’s approach

Our action respects some fundamental principles:

To always be consistent with the concept of sustainable development:

greece-96734-640Euromontana’s proposals will always seek to put forward the three pillars of sustainable development:

  1. environmental,
  2. social,
  3. economic.

To promote quality :

girl-299004_1920In order to bring added value, our mountains must play the card of quality : quality of life but also quality of products and projects. Euromontana’s proposals will systematically ensure that quality is promoted, especially through marks of quality.

To operate as a network :

mountain-299000_1920Each project will be carried out by several organizations with a leader responsible for implementation and reporting to the Board of Directors. Communities of shared interests will be created to better analyse problems and to design solutions, building on the collective intelligence and solidarity among mountain populations.

To use new technological tools :

meadow-95724_1920The physical distance between Euromontana’s members is a constraint to our efficiency. Hence we will use new technologies to communicate and work on a day-to-day basis: this will be our first contribution to minimizing energy expenditures. However, human contacts will never be replaced by technologies and each member organization will commit to participating in at least one event every year (seminar, colloquium, general assembly, conference).

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Euromontana sur Twitter

Did you know 1/3 of PDOs and PGIs in Europe are produced in mountain areas? ⛰ They will now benefit from a stronger protection at international level, learn more on the impacts of the Geneva Act 👇 #GoodFood #MountainProducts
https://t.co/gWeaAg68b0

. @EUROPARC launched 3 courses for Natura 2000 managers on:
👉 policy and project management
👉 collaboration with local communities and respect of cultural traditions
👉 inclusive communication for Natura 2000
Applications are opened until October 30!
https://t.co/ogCzA5Traf

Last week our partner @Euromontana met with @BSacredeus, member of @RegionDalarna Council, member of the @EU_CoR and rapporteur for the recently adopted opinion on #ActiveandHealthyAgeing! See what she has to say on the #SilverEconomy 👇
https://t.co/idNsnZSHlQ

How digital #innovation can be a chance for Alpine regions? 💡Meet with people who found their life in the Swiss Alps thanks to modern infrastructures 👇
https://t.co/M8Df8szOR4

Feedback on the European Rural Sociology Conference 2019, where the concept of resilient villages has been explored 👉 Albarracin, in the Province of Teruel, is one of the village where cultural life is enhancing the resilience of the community
https://t.co/j6C60zlMWH

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