Neuigkeiten des Netzwerks ALPARC

Dienstag, 28 November 2017

Korean National Park Service visits ALPARC office Empfehlung

Korean National Park Service visits ALPARC office
On November 22, the ALPARC operational unit had the pleasure of welcoming a group of researchers and park managers from the Republic of Korea. The group, led by Mr Kim Won Kyung, Senior Researcher at the Korea National Park Service, (KNPS) who also provided translation from English, came to Europe…
WeWild project: The initiative grows through two further workshops in France and Italy
After a first workshop in Vorarlberg last March, ALPARC has recently organised two further workshops in Les Ecrins National Park (France) and in the nature parks of the Ossola Valleys (Italy) in the frame of the WeWild project. The aim of the project and its growing working group is the…
Mittwoch, 04 Oktober 2017

Youth at the Top 2017 : Official video released ! Empfehlung

Youth at the Top 2017 : Official video released !
The video clip reflecting the atmosphere of the 3rd edition of Youth at Top has just been released ! Are you curious? Please have a look and discover the experiences lived by our young participants and their guides. The third edition of “Youth at the Top” took place on July…
4th Video on ecological connectivity "Love without borders"
A short video to illustrate the importance of cooperation between the Alps and the Carpathians via the flat Danube river plains Curious to know what happened to our friends the ibex, the bearded vulture and the fish? Want to learn more about the challenge of the red deer in the…
Considering ecological connectivity in spatial planning documents
A challenging mission for the Ecological Network Platform of the Alpine Convention Members of the Ecological Network Platform of the Alpine Convention met in Valdieri in the Alpi Marittime Nature Park (I) at the beginning of November 2017. At the centre of the discussion was the work on the report…
Youth participation in politics in the Alps: GaYA action goes from local to transnational level
In the frame of the EU Interreg Alpine Space project GaYA (Governance and Youth in the Alps), 15 pilot sites engage in experimental approaches to involve young people in local politics. Four ALPARC members are participating in the project. Besides, the project already boasts some successful actions: an award-winning project…
WeWild: ALPARC Develops Communication Tools for Eco-friendly Behaviour in Snow and Outdoor Sports
In the frame of the WeWild project, ALPARC aims at developing a joint Alps-wide communication strategy and several joint communication tools that will help reduce the impact of snow sports on wildlife in the Alps. ALPARC wants to gather protected areas as well as other key players and interested partners…
Human-Nature Conflicts and how to overcome them
ALPBIONET2030 proposes a first overview of mediation and mitigation strategies for mountain areas As a first result of the ALPBIONET2030 project, a report on the state of the art of current mitigation and mediation strategies in mountain areas is available. The study, led by Eurac Research, presents a collection of…
YOUrALPS Summer School – the starting shot for the development of the Alpine School Model
The YOUrALPS summer school carried the flag of empowering teachers and educators in order to start the test phase of pilot actions in the winter semester 2017/18. New pedagogical approaches, practical excursions and participatory activities provided inspiration and concrete instruments with regard to a first structure of an innovative school…
“Ecological Connectivity for a Green Economy in the Alps” International Forum, Immenstadt (D)
International Forum Immenstadt (D), 28 September 2017, 9.30am – 4pm (7pm) The conservation, restoration and creation of ecological connectivity are key elements in European and international nature protection policies. Stakeholders from numerous sectors are involved, adapting their daily activities or setting up particular measures to improve ecological connectivity. These activities…