We are very glad to invite you to the online workshop "Health – Work – Life! Ideas for sustainable lifestyles in the Alps. Lessons learnt from the Interreg Alpine Space project HEALPS2 or how a health tourism strategy can contribute to improving living and working conditions in the Alps."
Our precious Alps are under growing pressure: the impact of climate change, biodiversity loss and unsustainable socio-economic patterns call for new approaches in creating sustainable job opportunities and lifestyles. Hence, the sustainable valorisation of natural resources is a crucial element for building healthy job opportunities in line with the natural constraints of our sensitive ecosystems.
In this context, protected areas can play a major role in serving as model regions for developing sustainable economic activity. Stéphane Adam from the National Federation of Nature Parks in France will provide insights on the success of the French Label “Valeurs Parc” and how nature parks allow for flourishing local development in remote regions. Moreover, Beatrice Demeglio from the Italian nature park Aree Protette dell’Ossola will share key findings from the project SOCIAALP, aiming at favoring sustainable practices in tourism and agriculture.
Do you want to know more about this? Have a look at the program!
Date: 09.12.2020, 14:00-18:00 via ZOOM
Registration: please click HERE
The link for the meeting will be sent out to all registered participants a few days in advance.
Organization: Community Network “Alliance in the Alps”, Paracelsus Medical University Salzburg, ALPARC and the partners of the Interreg Alpine Space HEALPS2 project
HEALPS2 is co-financed by the Interreg Alpine Space program 2014-2020 through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).