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All the projects and activities of CIPRA International as well as of the national representatives can be found here in chronological order, from most current to oldest projects.

Green Deals for Municipalities

Dec 31, 2020
Green Deals for Municipalities

“Think globally – act locally”: promoting local action requires comprehensive skills and wide-ranging knowledge of the people working locally for climate protection. Partner organisations from Germany, Liechtenstein and Austria are now developing a participatory process under a transnational EU project. The goal is to empower local initiatives to act more effectively on climate protection in a global context.

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Alpine Changemaker Network

Oct 09, 2020
Alpine Changemaker Network

The Alps, with their diversity and contrasts, offer particular scope for experimentation that combines and develops tradition and innovation. The sometimes adverse living conditions have always required people to be imaginative and flexible to allow them to open up new perspectives. This potential must be made visible and usable for sustainable development.

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AlpTick

Jun 04, 2020
AlpTick

Having one ticket for all public transportation in the entire Alpine region – this is our vision. The Alpine Ticket (AlpTick) makes travelling in the Alps easier, more sustainable and more attractive for young people. It is an idea developed by the CIPRA Youth Council (CYC) based on its members’ experiences of travelling on public transport in the Alps.

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Youth Alpine Interrail

Aug 01, 2019
Youth Alpine Interrail

Sustainability and travel fever do not have to be mutually exclusive: The "Youth Alpine Interrail Pass" makes it possible to experience eight Alpine countries and at the same time travel climate-friendly by public transport for 50 euros. Young people between the ages of 16 and 27 could apply for the "Youth Alpine Interrail Pass". The selected participants are invited to share their adventures on social mediaand the project's website. At the end of the summer, the best photographers and authors will be awarded.

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YOUTH.SHAPING.EUSALP

Jan 23, 2019
YOUTH.SHAPING.EUSALP

To have a say in Alpine policy, to bring in own topics, to exchange ideas with EU politicians: The "Youth.shaping.EUSALP" project makes young people’s and young adults’ voices heard and develops a concrete strategy for the commitment of the youth within the EUSALP. © CIPRA International

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Re-Imagine Alps

Nov 22, 2018
Re-Imagine Alps

Relations between humans, and between humans and nature, are the focus of the “Re-Imagine Alps” project. People take responsibility for their environment when they feel concerned and involved. Landscape here serves as a frame of reference and focal point for the perception and communication of sustainability issues: various relationships, memories and visions are illuminated in respect of, by, and for landscape in the overall Alpine context. Responsibilities and obligations grow out of ideas and relationships.

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Nature providing services in the Alps

Oct 02, 2018
Nature providing services in the Alps

Whether mountain forests that protect us from avalanches and clean our air, or rivers and alpine pastures that provide us drinking water, energy or nourishment: in the AlpES Project ten partner organisations from six alpine countries have evaluated and documented ecosystem services for the past three years. They will present their results on 21st and 22nd November 2018 at a Final Event in Innsbruck/A. Press representatives are kindly invited to attend.

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UrbaBio

Aug 01, 2018
UrbaBio

In the project UrbaBio, representatives of the participating Alpine Towns of Annecy, Belluno, Chambéry and Trento draw on each other's broad pool of knowledge to promote biodiversity in the city.

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PlurAlps

May 01, 2018
PlurAlps

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BeeAware!

Mar 13, 2018
BeeAware!

The aim of the project BeeAware! is to inspire communities in the Alps for bee protection and thus to improve the livelihoods of honey and wild bees. Bees are depending on an intact biodiversity. The different bee species need different plants, nesting and drinking places in order to survive. Integral bee protection therefore means securing, improving and enlarging the habitat of these important pollinators.

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