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InnovAlps closing and distinction of the pilot regions for their commitment to innovation and sustainability

Wednesday, 05 October 2016

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 of September, the Regional nature park Pfyn-Finges (CH), the Natural park region Tiroler Lech (AT) and the Regional natural park of the Baronnies provençales (FR) have been distinguished as the first pilot regions for innovative regional development.

25 participants from four Alpine countries attended the final conference in the nature park Pfyn-Finges. It was the last official event of the project. It provided the opportunity to review the lively exchanges that took place during the pilot region workshops and to present the project results.

The poster collection "Bilder der Innovation - Images de l'innovation 2016" has been presented during the final conference. It highlights innovations in regional development in protected areas of the Alps.

At this link you can find the documentation of the final conference of the InnovAlps project.
The complete press release is available for download below.

 

ALPARC is coordinating the project InnovAlps on behalf of the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment FOEN

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