The newsletter of the Alpine Network of Protected Areas N°54 - February 2015

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N°54 - February 2015

The Network is celebrating its 20th Anniversary!
Thus, for ALPARC, 2015 will be a year of celebration, of assessment but also of reflection on the stakes and strategies for protection and cooperation in the Alps for the 20 years to come. A year under the motto “Reconnecting humans, mountains and nature”, as the Alpine Network of Protected Areas is first and foremost about men and women committed to Alpine mountains. This anniversary is dedicated to all those who every day work and manage life in the protected areas and who have been giving life and impetus to the ALPARC network for 20 years.



News from the network ALPARC

General Assembly 2015

The third ALPARC General Assembly was held on 23rd January 2015 in St. Jakob in Defereggental, in the Hohe Tauern National Park (Austria).  More than 50% of the Network’s members were present. The General Assembly validated the official...(...)

20th Memorial Danilo Re: the results

The Hohe Tauern National Park hosted the 20th edition of the Memorial Danilo Re at St. Jakob in Deferenggental (Oss Tyrol –Austria) from 22th to 25th January 2015.
The event is dedicated to Danilo Re a park ranger from the Province of Cuneo (Piemont,...(...)

Are You Ready to Accompany Young People to the Summit?

All over the Alps, people are disturbed by the lack of young people in the mountains, notably in summer. Are the mountains boring? Here, there and everywhere people are beginning to realise that our children and our young people are short of … nature....(...)

Results of the greenAlps Project

Download the final publications.
From September 2013 to November 2014, ALPARC was the lead partner of the European greenAlps project, with the objective of examining the effectiveness of nature protection measures, from the European level to the...(...)

Published the brochure “20 editions of Memorial Danilo Re”

The special brochure “Compete to protect the Alps: 20 editions of Memorial Danilo Re”, (printed version, English only) has been published by ALPARC and the Danilo Re Steering Committee under the coordination of Martin Solar (ALPARC general...(...)

 

News from the Alps

Germany takes over the presidency of the Alpine Convention

As officially announced on December 17 2014, the Presidency of the Alpine Convention for the period 2015-2016 is held by Germany and implemented by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety, with...(...)

REEMA becomes EDUC'ALPES

In January 2015, the REEMA, a French partner of ALPARC and a member of the working group Mountain Environmental Education in Alpine Protected Areas, changes its name and becomes EDUC'ALPES. This "Network for Alpine Mountain Education" leads since 10...(...)

 



 

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