A bright future for the Swiss Alps – Not at all?
The future of the mountain region depends on young people who are passionate about their region, but they are worried that there will soon be no more place for them there.
The role of carob flour in circular economy in Crete
An agronomist from the Greek MOVING Regional MAP has participated recently in a research and had the opportunity to reflect more on the potential of carob in the sustainable development of the country.
The presence of protected natural sites in MOVING’s Reference Regions
MOVING has carried out a survey among its 23 Reference Regions in order to identify the presence of different protected natural sites on them and provide informative insights on the added value for mountain value chains.
Is global warming irreversible? IPCC report warns us
The document summarises the last five years of reports on GHG emissions, temperature rise and climate change impacts, acknowledging the role of human activity on global warming.
Mountain wildflower honey: an endangered “portrait” of mountain grasslands
In the last decades, mountain areas are suffering a progressive depopulation causing the expansion of forests in areas once occupied by mountain meadows and prairies, reducing the habitat for wild and domestic bees.
SHERPA’s recommendations for resilient value chains
On 31 January and 1 February 2023, SHERPA held its third Annual Conference where around 100 participants contributed to SHERPA’s recommendations for the future of rural areas.
Promising results to face the last stretch of the MOVING project
After meeting physically for the first time in Switzerland last October, MOVING went back online for the fifth Steering Committee.
What do professionals in the mountain sector think about MOVING?
We interviewed Sara Díaz Martín, a mountain lover who writes articles about mountaineering, trail running, road cycling, and all kinds of mountain activities. She shared with us her view on the work carried out by the project.
Harnessing talents for vibrant mountain areas
Due to depopulation and ageing in some regions, the European Commission has recently launched the Talent Booster Mechanism to train, retain and attract people in rural and mountain areas.
Alternative future for mountains: How to get there?
MOVING partners from the Origin for Sustainability (ODT) team have launched a guideline to implement participatory foresight exercises at regional, cross-regional and pan-European levels.