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Candidature acceptance procedure XXI Olympic Winter Games in 2010
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Manual for candidate cities for the XX Olympic Winter Games 2006
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Analysis of the Compatibility of big Winter Sports Events with Area, Environnement and Society in the Alps
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Sustainability Report 2004/05
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The Mountain Festival
For the 10th edition, the International Mountain Summit (IMS) in Bressanone/South Tyrol gathers mountain lovers from all over the world. “Meet.Mountain.People.Soul” will be the central theme for this unique festival. In the 2018 edition, not only famous speakers will have a central role, but also the kids of the IMS.Youth.Camp, as well as the young atletes in the KSA - KIKU Sports Academy. For this year's program, the IMS team focuses primarily on the importance and on the meaning of encounter.
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Turin Winter Olympics 2006: Government to fill financial gap
Less than one year before the start of the 2006 Winter Olympics uncertainty still prevails as to how to fill the financial gap of around €180 m that has resulted from a lack of revenue. Moreover the internal disputes within the Games' Organising Committee that have now been going on for several months have reached a new high with the forced resignations of both the Chairman and his deputy.
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Italy: mountain peak to be illuminated during the 2006 Winter Olympics
During the 2006 Winter Olympics the local authority for Valli Po, Bronda e Infernotto plans to illuminate the summit of Monviso, the mountain that is the hallmark of the Piedmont.
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Sustainable Winter Olympics in Turin?
Back when Turin was running as a candidate to host the Winter Olympics, Piedmont representatives of environmental associations criticised the candidature for its lack of environment-related issues.
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Olympic infrastructures - A bottomless pit?
The infrastructure facilities built for the Olympic Winter Games in Turin in February 2006 have proved an expensive legacy.
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1.5 tonnes of artificial fertilizer for skiing competitions?
The impact of climate change on skiing areas is the subject of the OECD study published on 13 December 2006. It concludes that if a region's average annual temperature increases by one degree, only around 500 of the 666 skiing areas in the Alps could be assured of snow.
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