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Positions

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

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 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

 

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New tool available for Euromontana members ⚠️ Our competence matrix will help members to identify the expertise available in the network and build strong projects proposals for the #SustaibleDevelopment of mountains within future calls 💡
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