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Friday, 18 November 2011 01:00

Newsletter of the HABIT-CHANGE project

 

Under this link you can download the first newsletter of the HABIT-CHANGE project. This issue is dedicated to the project work until the mid-term. Since dissemination of results will become more important in the second half of the running time the upcoming issues are going to focus on that.

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Published in International news
Wednesday, 09 April 2014 02:00

Guide Solaire & Habitat

Ce document s'adresse aux personnes qui envisagent de construire ou de réhabiliter une maison en y intégrant des dispositifs solaires. Il est le fruit des échanges menés dans le cadre d'un programme européen avec notamment les Parcs des Écrins et du Queyras, le Conseil général et la CAPEB des Hautes-Alpes.

Published in uncategorised
Tuesday, 25 March 2014 01:00

ViViAlp - The Alps from the air

Discover the Alps from the air!

Fly and learn more about protected areas, nature, fauna, flora, cultural heritage and society in the Alps.

Fly and discover differences and similarities between the various protected areas.

 

Where is ViViAlp to see?

See the list of the alpine Visitor Centres where the virtual visit is installed.

 

Discover ViViAlp online!

Clic here to start the visit.

The software Google Earth needs first to be installed on your computer: http://earth.google.comCliquer sur l'image pour démarrer.

http://earth.google.com

The virtual visit of the alpine protected areas is a tool which was developed for the Visitor Centres of the protected areas by a dozen of protected areas, including the Swiss National Park, in the frame of the project ALPENCOM (2005-2008) of the Interreg IIIB Alpine Space Programme.