• fr
  • en

Our last publications

Find here our latest publications and positions

 

Positions

June 2022: Addressing brain drain in mountain areas: tools to reverse the trend and boost territorial attractiveness

June 2021: Review of the EU Agricultural Promotion Policy – A tool for the promotion of sustainable farming from mountain areas

April 2021: Commissioner Šuica reaffirms the opportunities to tackle demographic change in rural and mountainous areas at SILVER SMEs conference

April 2021: Regions have a key role to play to tackle demographic change in rural and mountainous areas

April 2021: European regions must have a central role in the governance, management and delivery of the future CAP!

April 2021: The EU Forest Strategy for 2030: enhancing the resilience of forests and regional value chains

March 2021: Ageing in mountain areas – Contributions of Euromontana for the Green Paper on Ageing, updated position document

December 2020: Enhancing the resilience of forests and regional value chains, Euromontana’s response to the roadmap for the EU Forest Strategy for 2030

November 2020: Towards a Long-Term Vision for Mountains’ Rural Areas, updated position document

September 2020: The EU Strategy for a Sustainable and Smart Mobility: bringing mountain territories into the transition

September 2020: The EU Agricultural Promotion Policy A tool for the promotion of mountain farming

September 2020: Face the challenge of climate change in the mountains: adaptation for future generations

June 2020:  Ageing in mountain areas – Contributions of Euromontana for the Green Paper on Ageing

May 2020: Towards a long-term vision of rural areas – Contributions of Euromontana for Vice-President Šuica 

April 2020: The European Year of Rail: make it work for mountainous regions

April 2020: Euromontana calls for an ambitious budget for Cohesion Policy to support mountain areas in the time to come

February 2020:  Amplify the local voices and address rural development in the CAP post 2020

November 2019: How can Managing Authorities better address the needs of their mountain areas? A factsheet for Managing Authorities

September 2018: Vatra Dornei declaration “Cultural heritage as an Engine for Creativity, Innovation and Socioeconomic Development for the Future of Mountain Areas”

March 2018: Which future for pastoralism in Europe? The cohabitation with large carnivores and the attractivity of the pastoral jobs in question

March 2018: What future for Cohesion policy post 2020? Towards a more place-based development that more effectively considers territorial cohesion

March 2018: Evaluation of the EU’s Strategy on Adaptation to Climate Change: What future for Europe’s mountains?

October 2017: Mountain network calls on lagging States to implement mountain products legislation but ‘EU Logo would boost the impact’ 

April 2017: Euromontana’s position on the CAP 2021-2027

December 2016: Implement the cork declaration solutions for and from mountain areas

October 2016: Bragança declaration “Mountains’ vulnerability to climate change: how can people and territories adapt and mitigate its effects?”

 

Studies

January 2022: Being young in a mountain area: mountain youth’s needs in 2022 and aspirations for the future

October 2021: An overview of sustainable practices for the management of mountain grasslands in Europe – Report for the LIFE project OREKA MENDIAN

June 2020: Implementation of the EU Optional Quality Term “mountain product”: where do we stand in the different Member States?

March 2017: Innovation and Circular Economy in the Mountain Forest Supply Chain: How to close the loop?

February 2017: Labelling mountain food products in Europe beyond the simple quality distinction, an opportunity to join forces and build resilient food systems

 

Booklets of good practices

January 2022: Euromontana’s 2022 brochure of good practices on sustainable mountain development

January 2021: Euromontana’s brochure of good practices for a sustainable recovery in European mountains

January 2020: Euromontana’s brochure of good practices for sustainable development in mountain areas

January 2018: Euromontana’s brochure on developing mountain attractiveness

 

Share

Euromontana sur Facebook

22 hours ago

Euromontana
🆕Relive the XII European Mountain Convention on Smart Mountains!Now available: 👉the Sila Declaration for Smart Mountains 🌄👉the event report, presentations, brochure of smart initiatives👉the video of the ConventionVisit: www.emc2022.info/eventreport ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

2 days ago

Euromontana
A few days left to register to our webinar on sustainable tourism on Dec 8📅🚵‍♀️Join the discussions & discover the stories of:Syndicat Mixte Canigou Grand SiteLabex ITTEM - Innovations et transitions territoriales en montagne 2TM - Transitions des Territoires de MontagneRRA Podravje - MariborAgenda 👇www.euromontana.org/en/events/sustainable-tourism-development-models-for-mountain-areas/Join us and Emblematic to discuss sustainable tourism! 🏂🔸Ski in the context of climate change🔸Stakeholders cooperation🔸Good practices📆8 Dec💻OnlineProgramme & registration 👇www.euromontana.org/en/events/sustainable-tourism-development-models-for-mountain-areas/Labex ITTEM - Innovations et transitions territoriales en montagne ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

1 week ago

Euromontana
Mark your calendars! 📅 On 21 February we are hosting in Brussels the final conference of our Interreg Europe project Silver SMEs!On the agenda: local and regional policies to address ageing, actions to support SMEs of the Silver Economy, the value of interregional cooperation in the face of demographic change 👵More info 👇projects2014-2020.interregeurope.eu/silversmes/events/event/5482/silver-smes-final-conference/ ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

1 week ago

Euromontana
We stand for #SmartMountains for 2050! 🌄The Sila Final Declaration from the XII European Mountain Convention commits to:🔄 resilience: to socio-economic, environmental, climatic, migratory and other changes⛰ attractiveness: by offering jobs, services and a good quality of life🌱 sustainability: with good management of their natural resources and recognised ecosystem servicesFind out more about our recommendations on dedicated polices & funding, community involvement, the Rural Pact, research and innovation and cooperation between stakeholders & more 👇www.euromontana.org/en/sila-declaration-smart-mountains-making-our-territories-more-attractive-an...Cia - Agricoltori Italiani CIA-Agricoltori Italiani della Calabria Parco Nazionale della Sila Ministero delle Politiche Agricole Alimentari e Forestali ARSAC Azienda Regionale per lo Sviluppo dell'Agricoltura Calabrese G.A.L. SILA GAL Kroton HAZI Università della Montagna Asociatia RoMontana ERSAF Eurac Research GDR Terras de Pontevedra Norte Demanda Coworking Rural YESpecialists CTP EUSALP youth.shaping.EUSALP Mountain Partnership Moving - Mountain Valorisation through Interconnectedness and Green Growth ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

Euromontana sur Twitter

Dans le cadre du webinar d'@Euromontana le 8 décembre, Raffaella Balzarini du @LabexITTEM interviendra sur le thème "New development models for mountain ski resorts in a context of climate change". Elle y présentera notamment le projet @EUAlpineSpace #Transtat. https://t.co/r1Jl00DFPP

🆕Relive the XII European Mountain Convention on #SmartMountains!

Now available:
👉the Sila Declaration for Smart Mountains 🌄
👉the event report, presentations, brochure of smart initiatives
👉the video of the conference

ℹ️ visit: https://t.co/NbLKxjqnRb

Few days left to register to our webinar on #SustainableTourism on Dec 8📅

🚵‍♀️Discover the stories of mountain stakeholders on transition to more sustainable models!

Join and share your experiences in the discussion👇
https://t.co/qQMGgC9T72

75% of Europe's #grasslands are in poor conservation status 🆘 But a change in policy or management can improve their #conservation! 🌱

More on Oreka Mendian's actions to restore the #pastures of the Basque mountains 👇
@hazifundazioa @LIFEprogramme
https://t.co/bxbP5tUKvP

🔥Yesterday FIRE-RES consortium had the opportunity to visit the sites where the two largest fires in Dutch history happened! An exciting opportunity to learn how the fire management system works in The Netherlands and the challenges for the upcoming years!🔥
#ManagingWildfires

Load More...