We are thrilled to announce the launch of “GI SMART”, a groundbreaking project aimed at investigating the impacts of Geographical Indications (GIs) in terms of sustainability and their contribution to sustainable development.

Our LIFE Oreka Mendian project, coordinated by our member of the HAZI Foundation, was awarded a prize at the Natura2000 Awards organised by the European Commission on 29 May 2024.

Concerned about recent statistics, Euromontana calls on the new European Commission to develop a vision for the future of livestock farming and pastoralism in the European Union.

In December 2022, the United Nations adopted a resolution declaring 2025 the International Year of Glacier Conservation, an important step in recognising the urgency to preserve these cornerstone of life on Earth.

EU Quality Products conference

Mountain products are still not sufficiently promoted said Euromontana during an event held on 10 April at the European Committee of the Regions.


The European Environment Agency (EEA) has recently published its first European Climate Risk Assessment report, which identifies, analyses and assesses the main threats posed to Europe by climate change and sets out priorities for policy action.

Conceived as a key component of Europe’s Long Term Vision for Rural Areas, the Rural Toolkit was officially launched on 6 February.

Euromontana, together with Eureka 21 and ADTconsult, has carried out for the French National Agency for Territorial Cohesion (Agence Nationale de la Cohésion des Territoires) the study “Climate change in mountain areas: meeting the challenge of adapting water management and tourism.

On 17 and 18 January, Euromontana was in Burgos for the launch of the ESIRA project, which stands for “Enhancing Social Innovation in Rural Areas”. This Horizon Europe project will run for 48 months from January 2024 and will deal