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ALPARC and the Alpine Protected Areas will be represented at the Expo Milano 2015 with projections of the Multivision “For the Alps”.
The German Pavilion hosts the Multivision during the Mountain week, the 9th of June.

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ALPARC and the Alpine Protected Areas will be represented at the Expo Milano 2015 with projections of the Multivision “For the Alps”.
The French Pavilion presents the Multivision on May the 7th.

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 Cette importante manifestation se tiendra du 9 au 12 octobre 2013 à Saint-Martin Vésubie, dans le Mercantour, site volontairement choisi pour profiter du 20e anniversaire de présence avérée du loup en France afin de dresser un état des lieux à la fois rétrospectif et prospectif, dépassant très largement l’échelle locale. L’initiative (et le pilotage) du symposium en reviennent, ce qui est original, à l’Université.

Le titre du colloque : « Vivre ensemble avec le loup. Hier, aujourd’hui… et demain? » est à lui seul un véritable challenge. L’enjeu est de réunir à la fois des acteurs (de tous types, institutionnels et privés) et des chercheurs (historiens de toutes périodes mais aussi géographes, sociologues, ethnologues, biologistes..) dans un colloque ouvert au public et à finalité « sociale ». Il s’agit de dresser un état des lieux comparatif et de proposer des perspectives d’aménagement du statut de l’animal sauvage en France et en Europe, à la lumière des expériences du passé et de l’actuel. (…) »

Programme et informations à ce lien.

Friday, 18 November 2011 01:00

Newsletter of the HABIT-CHANGE project

 

Under this link you can download the first newsletter of the HABIT-CHANGE project. This issue is dedicated to the project work until the mid-term. Since dissemination of results will become more important in the second half of the running time the upcoming issues are going to focus on that.

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Facilitating and supporting the creation of new enterprises is acknowledged as an important activity to maintain and reinforce the economic vitality of a territory and its enterprises. The Regional Nature Park Chartreuse is therefore encouraging and supporting the transfer of enterprises and the creation of new activities.

In partnership with the regional economic actors (intern and extern) the Park aims at support possible candidates with a project in Chartreuse in their efforts.

It therefore proposes:

1) An individualised assistance in order to help the potential candidates in the development of their project
2) Facilitating the exchanges with potential support structures
3) Access to relevant socio-economic data for the territory
4) Help in the search of available premises

Further information:http://www.parc-chartreuse.net/vivre-en-chartreuse

 Article 10 of the Tourism Protocol of the Alpine Convention foresees “the creation of quiet zones were no touristic infrastructure shall be developed”. Mountain Wilderness France has started working on this topic and published in 2008 the first French study on this subject. This study offers an analysis of various existing concepts as well as proposals for sites to be classified under this label based on a precise cartography.

Quiet zones are areas that present no particular interest from a strict biological point of view but they are exceptional and merit protection for their natural dimension, their particular calm and silence… their tranquility. They are conceived as new measure of landscape planning and their aim is to define areas were no infrastructure and other equipment should disturb the quiet of nature and man; their implementation should be done based on existing legal instruments.

In order to define , propose and implement this quiet zones Mountain Wilderness France has created an working group gathering actors like the Petzl Foundation, the Regions Rhône-Alpes and PACA, the national regional agencies, the Conservatoire régional des espaces naturels, regional and local politicians, WWF, CIPRA, ALPARC and others.  

 After several meetings and interviews with numerous stakeholders the working group has presented in July the first conclusions and defined the future orientations for the work. Generally the concept is well accepted and a common agreement of a wish to manage the territory according to new innovative way offering a harmonized relation between man and nature was identified.

Members of the network ALPARC as the Regional Nature Park Chartreuse for example are closely involved in these activities.  

 Die Akzeptanz von Grossschutzgebieten aus der Perspektive der ansässigen Bevölkerung und lokaler Akteursgruppen - eine Studie über den Naturpark Ötztal.

Magisterarbeit von Matthias Wenzel, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Juni 2011  

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Itinérance récréative, itinérance de vie ?

Pistes de réflexion pour renouveler la gestion et le développement des territoires 

Séminaire et Rencontre citoyenne de la Montagne

19 et 20 décembre 2013, CERMOSEM, Le Pradel

Dans la continuité des recherches du réseau sportsnature.org sur l’itinérance récréative et les migrations d’agrément, et de la dynamique des Rencontres Citoyennes de la Montagne, ce séminaire est ouvert à tous.

Chercheurs, acteurs, pratiquants et toute personne intéressée peuvent venir débattre du sujet et participer à ces rencontres.

Vous trouverez le programme détaillé ci-dessous; pour vous inscrire, remplissez le bulletin d'inscription à ce lien

 

The third ALPARC workshop on the topic "Mountain Environmental Education in Alpine protected areas" will take place on 21st and 22nd of October 2014 in the new visitor centre "Haus der Berge" of the Berchtesgaden National Park .

It is co-organised with the Berchtesgaden National Park (Bavaria, Germany) and with the REEMA (Alpine Network for Mountain Environmental Education), which gathers the staff in charge of environmental education in the French Alpine protected areas.

Target public: Staff in charge of environmental education in the Alpine protected areas.
Limited number of participants: 30 persons max.
Language of the meeting: English

Programme: this working group meeting will be focused on ongoing activities and projects.The programme will also offer large discussion time for informal experiences exchanges as well as a general session focused on current topics and interests regarding education to nature in the parks and reserves. Guided visits are also planned in option on 20th and 23rd of October. You can download the programme proposal below. The expectations and proposals of the participants are still welcome and will be considered while defining the final detailed programme, which will be published until end of September.

 

ABOUT REGISTRATION:
Official deadline for registration and hotel booking was on September the 10th, but there are still a few places left for participants from Alpine protected areas: please find below the registration form and practical information for download.

 

Contact:
ALPARC Education Working Group Coordination: marie.stoeckel (at) alparc.org +33 (0)4 79 26 55 00  

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