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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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Inspired by "contemporary mountains"? 💡 Apply to the call for poster launched by @dislivelli & @MontagnaUncem for their conference on Active Mountains organised in Turin on 18th September 🏔️ Deadline to apply 30th May!

The European Commission published its new Action Plan for #CircularEconomy earlier this month ♻️ What changes for products, citizens and regional authorities? 🌱 Discover in our article the key measures and main implications for mountain territories

DG REGIO created a new interactive map for you to get inspired by other regions' territorial strategies! Discover the different Operational Programmes, ITIs and #CLLD implemented in mountain areas and see what is possible for your #post2020 programming! 👇

What is #socialinnovation? Why does it happen? Sign-up for the exciting new #MOOC on Social Innovation in Rural Areas produced by @simra_eu, coordinated by @MariaNijnik @HuttonSEGS and starting on 30th March. Details at https://t.co/8CroUjM20z


FONCIMED is organising a conf on the challenges of #land tenure in Mediterranean mountains in Oct 2020 in Corsica 📆 Contributions on land management and its connections with agri-landscape-biodiversity policies are accepted until 15/05/2020
See the call: https://t.co/cMornUh3vy

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