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Three workshops for sustainable mobility
Ideas for cross-border co-operation, the future of the Veynes railway and a toolbox for sustainable commuting: three projects from the Alps that serve as an inspiration for more sustainable mobility.
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The annual conference features policies, technologies, innovation and market development through a unique combination of conferences and interactive events. It brings together more than 600 delegates from over 60 countries from business, the research community and the public sector.
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Networking sustainable tourism
At the suggestion of CIPRA, international specialists from every Alpine country have developed a job profile aimed at networking sustainable tourism approaches.
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Innovative ideas for tourism
Forest cabins that are self-sufficient in energy, mobile ski instructors, taking a break in an empty second home or glamping down on the farm: CIPRA Switzerland’s «Innovation Generator» is supporting the start-up of four tourism projects.
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More sustainable living thanks to corona?
Pop-up cycle paths in cities, an organic food boom – corona promotes the trend towards more sustainable lifestyles in the Alpine countries as well. A trend that may be here to stay.
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Mountain Research and Development Vol 38, No 4: Food Security and Sustainable Development in Mountains
Four papers present opportunities and challenges for sustainable food systems worldwide and in Nepal, Pakistan, and Ladakh. Others explore the contribution of caterpillar fungus to livelihoods in India, the economics of walnut forests in Kyrgyzstan, dwarf pine cover in Slovakia, bacteriological characteristics of drinking water in Nepal, the impact of changing glacier conditions on mountaineering in New Zealand and of ski tourism on wildlife in Poland, and land use dynamics in the Argentinian puna.
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Course: Sustainable tourism for mountain areas
The course will explore, analyze and describe development trajectories, models, and ​existing ​examples ​from ​the economic, socio-cultural and natural sciences sector​s​ ​in terms of how they relate to tourism. Examples come from the international level (7 countries and 48 regions of the ​EUSALP area).
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