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GIS for Mountain Development
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Alps Know How
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Mapping the Alps
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Biotechnology for non-specialists
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Land-Use Changes in European Mountain ecosystems
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Recommontations of NGOs and mountain populations to govrnments and to the European Union
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Early warning system for wolves
The New York Wildlife Conservation Society has developed an early warning system for wolf attacks to help prevent conflicts between man and beast, and as a result also protect the wolves.
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Putting an end to terminology confusion in the alpine region
The LexAlp project was recently launched in a bid to harmonise the legal language used in environmental and regional planning in alpine countries. As the first project of its kind LexAlp covers all four official languages of the Alps - French, German, Italian and Slovene.
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New look for www.cipra.org/future
The Future in the Alps website was given a makeover in the spring and has been incorporated into the CIPRA portal. This means that the information on Future in the Alps is now more user-friendly and more easily accessible. The site is regularly updated with news and events.
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Workshop series "Getting Knowledge Across - Networking People": Documentation online
CIPRA, the International Commission for the Protection of the Alps, has made available for download the documentation on four workshops of its Future in the Alps Project.
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