MOVING project has published the deliverable 2.1, which describes the MOVING Conceptual and Analytical Framework (CAF). The CAF helps to develop a shared language among consortium members and it provides the theoretical underpinning for all other activities.
Recently, UNIMONT has carried out a study on governance in mountain areas which is under publication. The study aims to provide a first overview of the priorities of intervention defined by different case studies for their respective mountain territories.
The Laboratory of Excellence “Innovation and Territorial Transitions in Mountains” (Labex ITTEM) is a consortium of nine French laboratories from National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE) and the Universities of Grenoble Alps (UGA) and Savoie Mont Blanc (USMB).
Mountain value chains are the full range of activities involved in delivering a public and or private good in mountainous territories. They are the means to generate value starting from the great diversity of ecosystems, land uses and socio-cultural knowledge, which provide substantial support for the livelihoods of mountain communities.