CIPRA representatives:

Personal tools

  Search filter  

Search results

81 items matching your search terms.
Filter the results.
Item type









New items since



Sort by relevance · date (newest first) · alphabetically
The Cost of Inaction 2012
Located in Publications
KlimaLand South Tyrol
Located in Publications
Adaptivity of the Spatial Planning System exemplified by the Water Use in the Principality of Liechtenstein – Model Region Report
Located in Publications
Participation in Urban Climate Protection
Located in Publications
Climate change in Switzerland
Located in Publications
Publications Troff document (with manpage macros) Toward Carbon Neutral Alps - Make Best Practice Minimum Standard
Located in Publications
Greater co-operation to protect against natural hazards
Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein intend to co-operate even more closely to protect against natural hazards in the Alps. This decision was taken by the four German-language Environmental Ministers at this year's meeting in Potsdam/D. The Ministers concurred that natural catastrophes in the Alps were likely to occur more and more often despite all the efforts being made with regard to climate protection.
Located in News
Trading emissions to achieve "zero emissions" target at the Olympic Games
Turin/I is aiming to maximise the reduction in the output of greenhouse gases during the forthcoming Winter Olympics with the aid of its HECTOR (Heritage Climate Torino) programme launched in 2004.
Located in News
Climate protection measures for a hot Bavaria
Representatives of Bavaria's Ministries of the Environment, Economic Affairs, Agriculture and the Interior, and of the Bund Naturschutz have agreed on around a dozen climate protection measures in a further step in implementing the Climate Protection Alliance they concluded in 2004.
Located in News
US ski resort to tackle climate change
The well-known winter sports resort of Aspen in the Rocky Mountains plans intends to cover its entire energy requirements from renewable sources by 2015, a move prompted first and foremost by the realisation that climate change poses a genuine threat to winter tourism in Aspen.
Located in News