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Project Summary

Ecological connectivity is the basis of Alpine and global habitat and species protection. However, with the fact of different regions having different tools to measure and improve biodiversity, it becomes a main issue to realize an integrative concept for the protection of ecosystems and biodiversity within the Alps, a beautiful and unique European landscape rich in valuable habitats and structures, but endangered by over-exploitation and development. The overall objective is to consolidate and enhance transnational cooperation in the field of nature conservation while providing a harmonized concept of preserving natural habitats and common planning tools to realize a high level of ecological connectivity for biodiversity conservation.

ALPBIONET2030 aims to implement:

  • A coherent and complementary Alps-wide system of Strategic Alpine Connectivity Areas (SACA), reflecting the valuable and potential areas for ecological connectivity, defined at large scale and implemented at the level of Ecological Connectivity Pilot Regions (in cooperation with the Alpine Convention)
  • An integrated wildlife management for the Alps and an increased level of defragmentation in sectoral policies (hunting, forestry, agriculture, tourism, spatial development, etc.)

A new momentum comes in by the EUSALP, the new EU macro-metropolitan areas. The exchange between relevant Action Groups (in particular 6 & 7), will support a cross-cutting exchange between the Alpine convention and the EUSALP perimeter with their respective key players.

ALPBIONET2030 lasts from November 2016 to October 2019 and is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme (Total budget: 2.637.285 € - ERDF grant: 2.241.639 €).

 

Project main outputs

  • Multi-stakeholder cross-border concept for integrated wildlife management in the Alps
  • Alps-wide integrative concept by mapping Alpine situation; integrating first Alps-wide wildlife strategy & recommendation for implementation. Basis for a common Alpine biodiversity conservation approach
  • Identification of most important barriers around the Alps (of different categories) & Ecological Connectivity pathways between EUSALP perimeter & Alps. Recommendations for large scale implementation of Ecological Connectivity in EUSALP (AG 6 & 7)
  • Alps-wide toolbox with concepts, documentation & technical recommendations for strengthening Ecological Connectivity by a user friendly interface Alpine GIS system (as a standard connectivity planning tool, based on JECAMI)
  • Alpine conflict resolution strategy and coexistence toolbox

 

Project specific objectives

  • Provide standardised cross-cutting institutional procedure for Alps-wide EC coordination and planning across all Alpine states (EUSALP perimeter)
  • Create a new and enhanced understanding of spatial cooperation for Biodiversity and Ecological Connectivity among the Alpine countries with SACA and transnational wildlife strategy elaboration
  • Define priorities and contribute to implementing existing planning criteria for Ecological Connectivity between the Alps and the EUSALP space

 

Please find more information on: www.alpbionet2030.eu

Contact ALPARC: Yann Kohler yann.kohler[@]alparc.org

Contact ALPBIONET2030: info[@]alpbionet2030.eu

 

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In the frame of Interreg Alpine Space programme, the forum will include workshops on how to identify Alpine challenges and how to initiate and develop projects on an international scale with the help of digital tools. The event will be attended by the representatives of EU Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP). For more information, go to: http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/en/newsroom/events/2017/03/meet-match-forum-together-we-move-mountains.

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National Parks Austria & Hohe Tauern National Park are pleased to invite you to present your latest protected areas research at the 6th International Symposium for Research in Protected Areas, 2-4 November 2017. The symposium will be held at the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Salzburg, Austria.

Call for contributions :
We invite you to submit presentations for the themed sessions listed below. Please enter your session contribution no later than 13 March 2017 online on www.nationalparksaustria.at/symposium2017.

 

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SUBMIT YOUR SESSION CONTRIBUTION NOW!

National Parks Austria & Hohe Tauern National Park are pleased to invite you to present your latest protected areas research at the 6th International Symposium for Research in Protected Areas, 2-4 November 2017. The symposium will be held at the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Salzburg, Austria.

Call for contributions :
We invite you to submit presentations for the themed sessions listed below. Please enter your session contribution no later than 13 March 2017 online on www.nationalparksaustria.at/symposium2017.
You may only select one theme. Please state if you are prepared to present a poster instead of a presentation. Oral presentations and posters are equally presented in the conference program as well as in the conference volume. There will also be a poster award for the three best posters.

Following a review, the organizers will decide on the conference programme which will be finalized by the end of June 2017.

SESSION THEMES :
Parks & People
a) Park objectives in transformation: What are parks for and why do we want them?
b) Integrated planning and management policies
c) Zoning in strategic planning and management of protected areas and their surroundings
d) Parks and people - reconciling park management with local and regional development
Parks & land use
e) Sustainable agriculture in protected areas
f)  Protected areas governance and ecosystem services
g) Protected areas' landscapes as resources for human health and well-being
h) Protected forest areas - lessons learned from long-term research
Parks & management
i)  Progress in long-term research and monitoring
j)  Managing wildlife in and around protected areas
k) Conservation conflicts in protected areas
l)  Human-wildlife conflict management and resolution
m)  Bridging science and management in protected areas
Parks & biodiversity
n) Biodiversity shifts in a changing climate
o) Endemic species - a neglected biodiversity treasure
p) Biodiversity - conservation in protected areas
q) Wilderness and process dynamics
r) Ecological connectivity
Parks & water
s) Alpine headwaters and lakes
t) Fluvial landscapes in protected areas
u) The cryosphere in a warming climate

Please note :

Conference language will be English. There will be no refunding of costs for travelling, accommodation and meals that are not included in the conference. We are unable to award grants.

For further information, please find attached the Factsheet.


We are looking forward to receiving your proposals of themed sessions for the 6th International Symposium for Research in Protected Areas 2017 in Salzburg!

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A shared observation: there is a lack of contact between young people and the Alps

Worldwide, specialists diagnose a lack of contact from young people to their living space. Among Alpine youth, it leads also to the dying out of Alpine identity and mountain-related know-how. The young people of the Alps, among whom there is little awareness of the values and opportunities offered by the natural and cultural heritage of the Alps, are finding it difficult to settle in mountain areas on a long-term basis.
There is therefore unquestionably an urgent need for young people to be better informed and made more aware of their Alpine heritage, including of what it can offer them in terms of economic and social opportunities.

YOUrALPS tackles the challenge to raise Youth awareness on Alpine heritage

The aims of the INTERREG Alpine Space YOUrALPS project (2016-2019) are to give structure to the field of mountain education throughout the Alps and incorporate the values and knowledge of mountains and the Alps more fully in practices but also in educational curricula and syllabuses.
YOUrALPS includes several actions. It’s about identifying, interconnecting and involving the various players scattered over the Alpine territory in a transalpine network which will promote exchanges, synergies and cooperation in this field. A participative webplatform will be one of the tools of this network.
An analysis of the experiences and good practices in mountain environment education throughout the Alps, (including an in-depth study of the political strategies of each country in this field) will be presented in a comparative report. It will include recommendations and will be distributed among the decision-makers of each country. Thanks to exchanges, training, workshops and trials in pilot sites it will be possible to create an "Alpine school model". The model will also be completed by a toolbox of teaching resources linked to Alpine heritage.


The project has direct and long-term impacts

The Alpine School model will directly benefit the students, educators and decision-makers involved, as well as the future generations of pupils. Decision makers will have at their disposal a transferable model. YOUrALPS will create new opportunities for youth and increase their empowerment and engagement in the Alpine territory, to better shape their future.

January 2017 – The project is launched

On 18th and 19th January, the kick-off meeting brought together in Chambéry (Fr) 41 participants, coming from 6 Alpine countries (13 project partners, 25 observers and the representatives of the Alpine Space programme).
Thanks to this meeting the partners were able to get to know each other better and to appropriate the general context of the YOUrALPS project and the Alpine Space programme. A workshop was held on this occasion to build common references on mountain education. Two other working periods resulted in the laying down of the basis for a future international network and the webplatform associated with it. The atmosphere was warm and constructive, a good foundation for this ambitious 3-year project.
The next Project  Steering Committee meeting is planned for July in Slovenia.

 

The YOUrALPS Project is financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)  Interreg – Alpine Space programme  

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The 13 project partners

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The YOUrALPS project has been recently approved in the frame of the 2nd call of the INTERREG Alpine Space Programme (2014- 2020). 

The main aim of the project is to raise youth awareness on the entire Alpine natural and cultural heritage, by supporting youth environmental educational process via interconnected formal and non-formal education considering the Alps as natural, cultural, living and work space beyond borders.

The Lead Partner (LP), ALPARC - the Alpine Network of Protected Areas, launches a tender for management support for all tasks of financial management and smooth support for project administrative co-ordination.Participation is open to all legal persons who are established in a Member State of the European Union or in a country or territory of the regions covered and/or authorized by the specific instruments applicable to the programme under which the contract is financed.

Find the procurements, the terms of reference and all other relevant documents below

Deadline for tender submissions is the 15th of January 2017.

 

 

mercredi, 18 janvier 2017 15:02

YOUrALPS Kick-off Meeting

YOUrALPS Kick-off Meeting will take place the 18th and 19th January 2017 in Chambéry (France), gathering Partners and Observers.

jeudi, 01 décembre 2016 16:43

AlpBioNet 2030 Kick-off Meeting

AlpBioNet 2030 Kick-off Meeting will take place the 1st and 2nd December 2016 in Vienna (Austria).

Nous sommes heureux de vous annoncer la sélection de 3 propositions de projet soumises cette année au second appel du Programme UE Interreg - Espace Alpin. Il s’agit des projets YOUrALPS et ALPBIONET2030, dont ALPARC est chef de file, et du projet GaYA, pour lequel ALPARC est partenaire et responsable d’un Workpackage.

YOUrALPS - Educating Youth for the Alps: (re)connecting Youth and Mountain heritage for an inspiring future in the Alps  (2016-2019)
ALPARC et ses 12 partenaires relèvent le défi de renforcer durablement l’éducation à la montagne et la sensibilisation des jeunes au patrimoine naturel et culturel alpin. A partir de la structuration d’un réseau d’acteurs de l’éducation dans les Alpes, l’objectif est de rapprocher les secteurs de l’éducation formelle (écoles) et de l’éducation non formelle (acteurs de l’éducation à la montagne, tels que les espaces protégés par exemple), en favorisant l’inclusion de l’éducation à l’environnement montagnard dans les programmes éducatifs par le biais d’un concept d’ « Ecole des Alpes » qui sera expérimenté dans de nombreux sites pilotes. Le projet prévoit la participation active à la fois des décideurs politiques et de jeunes alpins dans ses actions.

GaYA - Governance and Youth in the Alps (2016-2018)
Le chef de file Agenzia di Sviluppo GAL Genovese/Italie et ses 7 partenaires dont ALPARC et le Parc naturel régional du Massif des Bauges, vont unir leurs forces et compétences durant 2 années pour développer la gouvernance des jeunes dans l’espace alpin en s’appuyant sur divers sites pilotes, tant en milieu urbain que rural,  avec la participation de groupes de jeunes, pour contribuer à renforcer les capacités des décideurs politiques dans l’implication citoyenne des jeunes dans les processus décisionnels.

Ces deux projets confirment l’importance et le potentiel de notre Axe thématique dédié à l’Education à l’environnement montagnard et aux Jeunes. Même s’il n’est techniquement pas possible d’impliquer tous nos membres en tant que partenaires ou observateurs dans de tels projets, nous prendrons soin d’informer puis de faire bénéficier nos adhérents et surtout les acteurs de notre Groupe de travail « Education à l’environnement montagnard » des actions et résultats de ces projets.

ALPBIONET2030 - Integrative Alpine wildlife and habitat management for the next generation, (2016-2019) 
ALPARC et ses 14 partenaires travailleront ensemble sur la connectivité écologique dans les Alpes et avec la nouvelle Macro-région alpine. Le projet a pour objectif d’affiner encore davantage le travail déjà conséquent mené sur cette thématique durant les dernières années, notamment en proposant une cartographie des aires stratégiques pour la connectivité dans et autour de l’Arc alpin, en développant une stratégie de gestion de la faune sauvage en concertation avec des acteurs variés et en travaillant sur des outils de médiation pour  répondre aux conflits pouvant surgir lors de la mise en œuvre de réseaux écologiques.

Nous sommes heureux de débuter dès maintenant le travail avec tous les partenaires et les observateurs de chaque projet.  Pour en savoir plus en attendant la mise en ligne des sites Internet dédiés à chaque projet, voir la présentation des projets retenus sur la page du programme Espace Alpin.

Les Parcs nationaux autrichiens (www.nationalparksaustria.at) et le Parc national des Hohe Tauern sont heureux de vous annoncer la tenue du 6ème Symposium International pour la Recherche dans les Espaces protégés, du 2 au 4 novembre 2017.


Le symposium aura lieu à la Faculté de Science Naturelles de l’Université de Salzbourg, Autriche. L’appel à sessions thématiques est désormais ouvert : merci d’envoyer vos propositions avant le 31 octobre 2016 en cliquant sur le lien suivant : www.nationalparksaustria.at/symposium2017

 

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Publié dans Nouvelles des Alpes