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.
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.
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.
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).
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.