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speciAlps2
More and more people are seeking recreation and balance in the natural surroundings of the Alps. This trend is not only being reinforced by the corona crisis, but also by society’s increasing pressure to perform. This puts increasing pressure on animals and plants, but also on destinations with their infrastructure and inhabitants. It is essential for visitors to be guided: the speciAlps2 project raises awareness of the protection of nature and landscape in the Alps and develops measures to guide visitors.
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Living mountain forests
Climate protector and habitat, recreational area and timber supplier: forests have many functions, both in the natural ecosystem and for humans. CIPRA Slovenia's “GozdNega / Forest Care” project aims to convince forest owners of the benefits of climate-friendly management.
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World Biodiversity Forum 2020
The World Biodiversity Forum 2020 takes place the 23 - 28 February in Davos/CH. There will be an amazing array of plenary speakers, sessions and workshops. The call for abstract for oral and poster contributions is open until the 10 November 2019.
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CIPRA: in pursuit of harmony on diversity
Animals and plants have to migrate in order to reproduce. That involves crossing land that is also used by human beings. In its 2014 Annual Report, CIPRA shows how animals, plants and people all benefit from networking within the natural environment.
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Bogs – a way out of the climate swamp
One hectare of bog can store as much CO2 as a car produces in a year. The Alps suffer from some of the world’s heaviest traffic – yet fewer and fewer intact bogs remain.
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Bees: small in size, big in effect
Why we need honey, pollinators and biodiversity: This question is the subject of the themed issue of SzeneAlpen, to be published in March 2020.
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Conference «Mountains in the Changing World»
UNIMONT partner of the "Mountains in the Changing World" international conference (MoChWo) in Nepal
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