Report on Mutual Learning Approaches (WP2 T1)
Inventory of mutual learning approaches and applied approaches by project partners in the region
Version 1.0, 31.05.2016
The document defines and describes different mutual learning approaches and applied approaches in the Alpine region by project partners.
Mutual learning approaches and their application are excellent instruments for improving the implementation of local and regional authorities’ climate change and energy policies. They are based on the concept that people who work on similar issues and have similar roles and working backgrounds in their cities and regions can share experiences and learn from each other. These people can be regional, city and community experts, decision makers or localstakeholders.
Bottom-up Definition of Local Needs (WP3 / T2)
The project PEACE_Alps is based on a bottom-up approach of local needs. In order to get strategic information and to prepare the ground for following activities a detailed desk research was carried out. The objectives were to analyse firstly which are the needs of the local authorities (LAs), secondly divide the involved municipalities into categories: e.g. population, geographical location, environment/climate issues; then to gather examples of approaches or tools that has been set up in other EU projects; finally, to find out which are the opportunities for LAs to use European funding for the implementation of their actions.
Video tool "How to implement energy actions plans"
The project PEACE_Alps developed a structured process to support municipalities in achieving their CO2-reduction goals. It explains how local authorities can be supported by a regional coordinator who gathers the main needs, obstacles and possible solutions that different municipalities can implement together.
PEACE_Alps Communication Strategy (WP C)
Report Communication Strategy
This document defines and describes the communication strategy of the project.
The communication strategy (CS) will enhance the impact of the project, describing all management-, thematic- and result-related communication activities. The strategy is linked to the specific objectives of the project. Corresponding communication objectives were developed, target groups defined and concrete actions designed which will support the interaction between the communication actors and the target groups.
The PEACE_Alps Newsletters are listed under "News and Events".
PEACE_Alps communication material
The PEACE_Alps publications as well as project promotion can be downloaded here.
PEACE_Alps project leaflet, poster and rollup
PEACE_Alps Communication Reports
PEACE_Alps reports on proceedings of regional, national and international project dissemination events as well as of media and web activities are listed below.