We are pleased to announce that ALPBIONET and YOUrALPS, two projects submitted to the Interreg Alpine Space programme and in which we are lead partner, have been approved. Moreover, we are partner of GAYA project that has also been selected. Very good prospects for ALPARC future!
The end of the year is coming and January 2017 announcement of the next ALPARC council and board elections. It will take place during the General Assembly, on the 27th of January, in Admont, Austria: ALPARC members application call is now open.
We are happy to announce that 3 project proposals put forward this year at the second call for projects in the EU Interreg –Alpine Space Programme have been selected. They are the YOUrALPS and ALPBIONET2030 projects, led by ALPARC,...(...)
The publication “Alpine Nature 2030 - Creating [ecological] connectivity for generations to come”edited in October 2016 gives an overview about twelve years’ experience on ecological connectivity in the Alps...(...)
Latest news from the initiative Youth at the top: a photographic retrospective 2016, compilation of texts and drawings that young participant(s) have sent to us through postcards, and finally the dates of 2017 and 2018 editions revealed !
Take about thirty people in charge of mountain environment education in the Alpine protected areas and draw them deep into an Alpine valley for 3 days, at an altitude of 1,800 m, in a refuge with neither Internet connection nor telephone network. Once...(...)
ALPARC has officially recognized the commitment of three Alpine nature park regions to innovation and sustainability in regional development. On the occasion of the InnovAlps final conference in Leuk-Susten (Valais, CH) on 29th and 30th...(...)
On the occasion of the AlpWeek and the Alpine Conference, ALPARC handed over a list of political demands for the future of Alpine protected areas to the German Federal Minister for the Environment, Dr. Barbara Hendricks, and to the official representative...(...)
The ministers and high-level representatives of the Alpine countries as well as the representatives of observer organizations met on the 13 of October 2016 in Grassau, Germany to discuss important issues on the future development and...(...)
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