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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 by the Euromontana network and highlight key policy outcomes on important topics such as, among others, agriculture, territorial cohesion, innovation, and sustainable tourism.

This newsletter is a good opportunity for non-member organisations to be kept informed of our main activities and next events, and we encourage our members to disseminate it in their respective networks. (A more complete newsletter will of course still be sent every two weeks to our members, including all the pieces of news, articles, open consultations and projects proposals.)

The first edition was sent in December 2019 and the newsletter will be sent every 3 months approximately. If you wish to receive it, please contact us to subscribe .

9 January 2020

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Active participation is key for better regulation
Have your say for the renewal of the #TerritorialAgenda. Take a few minutes to give your feedback and ideas on how to improve this document that is important for the European #Regions and #cities

The mountains are calling you! Contact us with your news, so we can spread the word that #MountainsMatter

Rural Europe: which way to go ? @jwojc @CiolosDacian @EricAndrieuEU les zones rurales sont facteur d'équilibre et de solutions pour la société @Euromontana

#ruralareas are on the top of the agenda tonight at the #EuropeanParliament with top decision-makers agreeing that we need to invest in rural future. "We have a new story to write for our rural areas, so they are part of the future of Europe" said @CiolosDacian in his opening.

Tonight MEPs and Commissioner @jwojc discuss perspectives for European #ruralareas. A common call for more synergies between the #CAP and cohesion policy, more investments in rural areas and a holistic & long term approach for the development of our territories

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