The newsletter of the Alpine Network of Protected Areas N°71 - February 2019

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n° 71 | february 2019 NEWS  CALENDAR  FOCUS ON
The 24th Danilo Re Memorial and the ALPARC General Assembly showed the importance of a shared cooperation for the Alps between the protected areas. In this sense, the “Be Part of the Mountain” initiative strengthens the link between several organizations working for nature conservation on a common topic: wildlife disturbance in winter. All the other projects in which the network is currently involved are also based on the common slogan that marks the ALPARC aims: “Working together for the Alps”. Also in the future the network will continue to work in this direction, improving the exchanges and the cooperation between the Alpine protected areas via specific working topics.

Check out the latest news from the network and the Alps on this newsletter!
NEWS

News from the network ALPARC

The 24th Danilo Re Memorial: competing, learning and celebrating

The 24th Memorial Danilo Re took place at the Les Contamines Montjoie Natural Reserve from 24th to 28th January 2019, in the frame of the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Reserve.
The event gathered the Alpine rangers, staff and managers of...Read More
 

ALPARC 2019 General Assembly

The ALPARC General Assembly was held in Les Contamines Montjoies France on 25th January 2019 traditionally within the context of the yearly Memorial Danilo Re (24th edition) which took place in the Contamines Natural Reserve (ASTERS, France). The Memorial...Read More
 

Insights on environmental education know-how in the nature park Rosalia Kogelberg in Burgenland

The partners of the Alpine Space project YOUrALPS met on February 14th and 15th in the Burgenland to learn from different practices, knowledge and techniques on environmental education.
In the context of a project steering group meeting, the YOUrALPS...Read More

News from the protected areas

Disturbance of Wildlife in winter: awareness-raising initiatives are increasing in the Alps

Awareness-raising and communication actions on human-nature conflicts in nature and mountain sports are growing throughout the Alpine region. To support nature conservation and to reduce the disturbance of wildlife by winter sports, flyers, web pages,...Read More
 

Take part in the Avic30photocontest

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Mont Avic Nature Park, the park organizes an international competition of nature photography called "avic30photocontest".The competition is dedicated to the Alpine nature and aims to promote through photography...Read More

 

News from the Alps

Proceedings ForumAlpinum 2018 online

Alpine Water - common good or source of conflicts?
The proceedings of the FoumAlpinum 2018 and the 7th Water Conference of the Alpine Convention have been published online. The volume contains abstracts of all presentations and posters dealing...Read More
 

The Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region received a sustainable development award

On Thursday 21 February, the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region was awarded with the “2018 Marianne d'or“ for sustainable development.
The award was handed over to Etienne Blanc, Senior Vice-President of the Region, and Eric Fournier, Vice-President...Read More
CALENDAR
AlpWeek Intermezzo  03/04/2019
Conference on Sustainable Tourism  09-11/04/2019
Learning and networking for sustainable development in the Alps. The Alpine School & OurAlps network  14-15/05/2019
European Day of Parks: Our Natural Treasures  24/05/2019
Links4Soils summer school 10-14/06/2019
Youth at the Top 2019  11/07/2019
ALPBIONET 2030 final conference  08-09/10/2019
YOUrALPS final conference  09-10/10/2019
25th Danilo Re Memorial 2020 & ALPARC General Assembly  16-19/01/2020
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