The Berchtesgaden National Park, created in 1978, belongs with its preliminary forms of protection status to one of the oldest protected areas of the Alps. The 40th Anniversary Year of the park is for me an important occasion to stress the significance of the role of the National Park as a protected area and its involvement in the international network of the Alps.
The pioneers of the Berchtesgaden National Park had a long-term vision for nature protection in this area and this cannot be separated from the integration of the Park in an Alp-wide network for knowledge exchange, the establishment of an ecological network and the realisation of common projects which single parks can’t perform. Our common efforts at international level in this time of climate change and a dramatic loss of biodiversity are more crucial than ever and will be even more so in the future.
Discover the latest news from the alpine network and the upcoming events on this newsletter.
Have a nice reading,
Dr. Roland Baier
Director of the Berchtesgaden National Park
Secretary General of ALPARC
Since 2007 ALPARC has contributed to coordinating the Ecological Network Platform of the Alpine Convention together with the respective presidencies of Germany and France. The activities of this working group are crucial for the preservation of Alpine...Read More
Sunrise on a bright autumn day in a mountain nature reserve, somewhere in the Swiss Alps. Several chamois and ibex graze about in a pasture above the tree line. But suddenly, there is a movement and a noise in the sky and all the animals disperse within...Read More
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15 GaYA pilot sites have engaged a large diversity of activities aiming at promoting the participation of the young generation at political level.
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On May 2nd and 3rd, ALPARC participated at the 9th meeting of EUSALP action group 3 which was held in Poschiavo, CH. The main focus of the action group work is dual education and the creation of future opportunities on the Alpine job market.
The YOUrALPS...Read More
One of the latest items of news from the Prealpi Giulie Natural Park concerns the foundation of a Youth Advisory Board. As of the day of its foundation there are 13 members, aged 16-30, some of them having had experience of the Junior...Read More
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To support young people to understand and adopting more sustainable lifestyle,...Read More
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