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Environmental contracts and quality marks: examples in the countries and protected areas of the Alps
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Habitats management in the alpine protected areas
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Large carnivores in the Alps and Carpathians: Living with the wildlife
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Two regions, one Nature Park
Nature protection across borders. The Veglia-Devero Nature Park in Italy and the Binntal Landscape Park in Switzerland have together been certified as a “Transboundary Park”.
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Biological diversity as an investment - Protected areas give the Alps a good image and help man and nature
Given good management, protected areas can contribute both to regional value-added and the preservation of biodiversity. Environmentally friendly holiday accommodation with a recognised seal of approval like the Gîtes Panda in the French Alps enhances the quality of life in and around protected areas.
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New alpine Natura 2000 regions
In spring 2008 a whole range of new alpine Natura 2000 regions were included in the EU-wide network of protected areas Natura 2000 and published in an updated list.
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New ALPARC brochure available
"Large Carnivores in the Alps and Carpathians: Living with the Wildlife" is a recently published brochure containing the results of the conference on large carnivores held in Slovakia at the beginning of July.
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Protected areas form their own association
ALPARC, the Alpine Network of Protected Areas, has split from the permanent secretariat of the Alpine Convention to form its own association - in order to ensure better implementation of the Alpine Convention.
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Towards a Carpathian Network of Protected Areas
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Kyrgyzstan: Snow leopard sanctuary on the silk road
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