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Ski resorts for sale
by CIPRA International published May 11, 2022 — filed under: , , , ,
Vail Resorts from the USA is taking over Andermatt-Sedrun in Switzerland, while a British company is buying Via Lattea in Italy. This is the role played by international investors in the ski circus of the Alps.
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Onto the slopes by helicopter
by CIPRA International published Feb 03, 2022 last modified Feb 07, 2022 01:06 PM — filed under: , , , ,
Is heliskiing in the public interest? Vorarlberg extends its authorisation by two and a half years: CIPRA Austria calls for greater emphasis on climate protection.
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New alliance for European mountain regions
by Gams Michael published Dec 09, 2021 last modified Dec 09, 2021 04:41 PM — filed under: , , ,
Three umbrella organizations committed to mountaineering and sustainability in European mountain regions decided, at the end of November 2021, to join forces: the Club Arc Alpin (CAA), the European Union of Mountaineering Associations (EUMA) and the International Commission for the Protection of the Alps (CIPRA).
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Innovations and aberrations
by CIPRA International published Oct 06, 2021 — filed under: , , ,
Helicopter flights and Australian white wine on the one hand, an eco-museum and recycled smartphones on the other: positive and negative awards from environmental organisations point the way to a more sustainable future.
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Point of view: Let's finally press the reset button in tourism!
by CIPRA International published Feb 03, 2022 last modified Jun 21, 2022 10:40 AM — filed under: , , , ,
Mass tourism in the Alps has collapsed due to the ongoing Corona pandemic, and the opportunities for switching to environmentally and socially just tourism have increased. But they must also be exploited, says Hans Weber, Executive Director of CIPRA Switzerland.
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by CIPRA International published Jan 13, 2021 last modified May 12, 2022 12:12 PM — filed under: , , , , ,
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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Leaving few traces along the way
by CIPRA International published Feb 03, 2022 — filed under: , , ,
How do we leave as few traces as possible on our way to the mountains or other attractions? On 22 November 2021, around 150 participants travelled virtually through the Alps during an online conference and exchanged ideas on measures to guide visitors in sensitive natural areas.
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Dutch-Alpine partnership for sustainable tourism
by CIPRA International published May 20, 2021 last modified Jul 07, 2021 06:10 PM — filed under: , ,
Since 2021 the Dutch Climbing and Mountaineering Association (NKBV) is new supporting member of CIPRA International. Regarding the large impact of Dutch visitors, the aim of the partnership is to contribute to sustainability in Alpine tourism.
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Mountaineering villages: from the Western Alps to the Mediterranean Sea
by CIPRA International published Jul 05, 2021 last modified Jul 13, 2021 09:58 AM — filed under: ,
The “Mountaineering Villages” initiative unites small communities in the Alpine region that focus on gentle tourism and nature conservation. Now there are six new members from Italy, Austria and, for the first time, Switzerland.
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The Alpine tourism of the future
by CIPRA International published May 11, 2022 last modified May 11, 2022 11:06 AM — filed under: , , , ,
The results of CIPRA's Reset Alpine Tourism project show how the tourism industry can function in a more resilient and environmentally friendly way.
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