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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.

SPARE – Alpine rivers as society’s lifelines

Mar 23, 2016
SPARE – Alpine rivers as society’s lifelines

What is the state of the Alpine rivers? How can we bring those responsible and other interested parties to committing themselves to holistic river management? The SPARE project strives to answer these and other questions.

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I-LivAlps

Feb 17, 2016
I-LivAlps

Youth participation as tool to fight the demographical change threatening the Alps - this was the topic of the project “I-LivAlps: LivingLabs with young people in the Alps”. The motor of the process were active, skilled, engaged young people, coordinatet by competent youth leaders and a stable and efficient international network able to foster local activities at the national level in order to anchor youth participation. 36 participants from 6 alpine countries, aged between 15 and 30 years, with different cultural and educational backgrounds were working together with national NGOs to get new skills to become proactive in their community.

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alpMonitor

Jul 16, 2015
alpMonitor

Sustainable development is not simply limited to nature protection. As a guiding idea that touches virtually all areas of life, sustainability should be discussed at every lunch, every workshop, schoolroom or parliament. Through the project alpMonitor, CIPRA International, together with the national CIPRA branches, strongly focuses on the responsibilities modern societies have in the shift towards sustainable development. The actual objective is «the good life» in the Alps. CIPRA’s approach is based upon the values of participation, solidarity and frugality.

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AMIGO - Active Commuter Mobility

AMIGO - Active Commuter Mobility

Reducing cross-border car traffic and focusing more on active mobility: these are the aims of the Interreg project "Amigo".

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Knowledge transfer on the co-adaptation of humans and wolves in the Alpine region

Knowledge transfer on the co-adaptation of humans and wolves in the Alpine region

The return of large carnivores is increasingly causing the fronts to harden between different groups of stakeholders. Among the large carnivores returning to the Alps, the wolf is the most widespread and therefore the most widely debated animal. Wolves are synanthropic animals and cross boundaries - physical as well as intangible ones – regularly. Thus, they have been accompanying and influencing social and cultural processes since time immemorial. In this project, CIPRA has taken on the task to collect, analyse, make available and disseminate knowledge about the co-adaptation of humans and wolves throughout the Alps.

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Alpine Dialogue

Alpine Dialogue

Energy transition does not stop at the gates of the Alps. A low carbon society and nuclear phase-out are on the political agenda of the Alpine governments. In sensitive natural areas of the Alps, the increased use of renewable energy can lead – and is already leading – to significant conflicts, for instance between the last natural rivers and hydropower.

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alpMedia

The alpMedia newsletter offers boundless information from and for the Alps. CIPRA launched this service in the International Year of the Mountain in 2002. Today the alpMedia Newsletter is published at irregular intervals in the four main languages of the Alps, i.e. French, German, Italian and Slovene. Important messages are merged in an English edition several times a year.

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