Various sectors, such as land-use planning or agriculture, must be involved in order to ensure biodiversity in the Alps. In many regions the results of projects and studies are often not known or not directly applicable. How can the framework for a sustainable, efficient European environmental policy be improved? And how can the new EU funding programmes effectively contribute to maintaining biodiversity?
These and other topics will be discussed at the international final conference of the greenAlps project.The topics will be addressed by speakers from different perspectives, from European to local level, and discussed within the framework of workshops and field trips.
At the opening of the conference, the local population is invited to exchange views on the added value of protected areas and taste it in form of local delicacies.We invite you to join the discussion!
Contributions will be translated into German, French, Italian and Slovenian.Participation is free of charge.
The programme and the registration form are available at
The deadline for registrations is 30 September 2014.
The greenAlps project is co-funded by the EU in the context of the Alpine Space Programme INTERREG IV B in order to put into effect the results of current and completed projects in the area of biodiversity.
Further informations of the project available here.