On 31 March 2022 the European Commission (EC) published a proposal for a regulation on the revision of the EU GI system, aiming to increase the uptake of GIs across the EU to benefit the rural economy, and to ensure their effective protection to fairly reward producers for their efforts.
The UNIMONT Centre of the University of Milan is expanding its educational offer with an innovative international, multidisciplinary and “glocal” Master’s degree course on “Valorisation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas”.
In April 2022, the MOVING project held a workshop in the municipality of Carcabuey (Córdoba, Spain) with around twenty participants to learn about the progress on the analysis of the Organic Mountain Olive Oil value chain. This is carried out by ADEGUA (the Association for the Development of the Guadajoz and East countryside of Córdoba), one of the partners of the project.
The Mountain University (UNIMONT) of the University of Milan held a webinar on innovative and sustainable tourism in mountain regions. The event was part of the ‘Youth4Mountains’ series organised by UNIMONT and in which two of MOVING’s partners took part.
The Centre for Mountain Studies is a Research Centre at Perth College UHI – and part of the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) in Scotland. Since 2000 it has run a successful MSc programme in Sustainable Mountain Development.
The EU-funded SCALABLE project 2021-2023 (Social-ecological pathways and gender perspectives for future conservation of biocultural mountain agroecosystems) is coordinated by the University of Almería, Spain. It aims to identify how gender equity can promote pathways for the future conservation of mountain agricultural landscapes in the biocultural regions of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range in southern Spain.
Every year, International Women’s Day is celebrated on 8 March.
The theme for International Women’s Day on 2022 (IWD 2022) is, “Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow”. For MOVING, gender equality is a key element in its research and innovation activities. For MOVING, gender equality is a key element in its research and innovation activities. Women are considered drivers of change in the mountain framework.
In November 2021 part of the MOVING team from University of Cordoba (UCO) left their offices and headed for the Valle de Los Pedroches region, in the north of the province of Córdoba (Andalusia, Spain). During this one-day field trip, the UCO team had meetings with people involved in the rural development of the region and the production of the Iberian ham (PDO Los Pedroches).
In recent decades, socio-economic developments have induced massive changes in land use and land cover worldwide. These affected large parts of the European Alps, in particular, agricultural unfavourable areas that are climatically and topographically disadvantaged. This study mapped 19 ES within the agricultural area based on land cover in the year 2000 and analysed the changes until 2018.
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