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WikiAlps helps you to gain more information on sustainable spatial development in the Alps

The WIKIAlps project aims at contributing to a balanced and shared sustainable spatial development in the Alpine Space. In order to reach this goal, the wiki www.wikialps.eu has been set up, that provides concise and user-oriented information for spatial policy design. WIKIAlps is looking at the Alpine spatial development from three different perspectives:

1. Project perspective: Currently, more than 30 projects being co-funded within the Alpine Space Programme 2007-2013 and more than 150 project results are listed in the wiki.

2. Policy perspective: At the moment, the wiki provides an overview of more than 40 official planning documents and strategies from the regional to the transnational level.

3. Stakeholder perspective: An overview of more than 200 institutions being active in the Alpine spatial development including further information.

www.wikialps.eu is dedicated to politicians, civil servants, researchers, entrepreneurs, and the interested public. Users can not only use the information provided in the wiki, but also edit the wiki to insert new contents.

Discover here the Flyer and a mini guide on “How to use the wiki

For more information on WikiAlps.

17 November 2014

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