Discovering the singularity of high mountain products: an interview with Toni Massanés
The panellist of Andorra Taste, the first First International Meeting of High Mountain Cuisine, highlights the cultural approach as the main issue to strengthen the uniqueness of local products.
Youth’s vision on the sustainable development of the Northern Apennines
Around 80 students between 17 and 19 joined the UNIPI team in a series of activities to improve mountain areas’ sustainability and attractiveness.
Women move Europe’s mountains, a booklet to celebrate women
A compilation of 13 testimonies from women to demonstrate the important role they play in their communities.
Smart mountains thrive to be resilient, say stakeholders at XII European Mountain Convention
The outputs of this event, summarised in the Sila Declaration, insists on the role of policies and research and innovation to support the development and future of unique and remote territories, such as mountains.
Remote territories shall be considered by EU policies, reaffirms the EU Committee of the Regions
The current efforts of the European Union in promoting cohesion via the Territorial Agenda 2030 and the new Long-term vision for rural areas may be insufficient.
New report for MEPs finds the need for more science to policy interfaces are needed in CAP negotiations
On 28 November the European Parliament Agriculture and Rural Development Committee (AGRI) published the study “Governance: the reform process of the CAP post 2020 seen from an inter-institutional angle”.
The United Nations reports on sustainable mountain development
This publication focuses on four specific thematic areas –climate change, ecosystem restoration and protection, economies and livelihoods, and governance– and provides an overview of the results, impacts and changes achieved through action at national, regional and global level.
What do professionals in the agricultural sector think about MOVING?
We interviewed Antonio Manuel Conde López, a young farmer and 2nd year student of the Master’s Degree in Agricultural Engineering at the Higher Technical School of Agricultural and Forestry Engineering (ETSIAM) at the University of Córdoba (UCO).
A possible future for youth in the Sierra Morena Reference Region
The University of Córdoba, the coordinator of the project, organised this event to collect and explore the views of the new local generations on the sustainable development of this territory.
Recovering native varieties, the commitment of the Spanish Pyrenees wine value chain
Alex Ascaso, responsible for this value chain in Spain, highlights the economic, social and landscape benefits that native varieties can bring to the local communities.