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Alpine rivers as society's lifelines

ROCCO RAFFAELE

PCS DORA BALTEA PROJECT MANAGER

The participation process aims at complying different stakeholders’ needs and a sustainable water resource management in a way shared by everyone.

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QUIRICONI CLAUDIA

QUIRICONI CLAUDIA LANDSCAPE PROTECTION SERVICE OFFICER

Involving citizens in watercourses direct management is very important to ensure river landscape enjoyment like it used to be.

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ORIANI FEDERICO

ORIANI FEDERICO SMALL HYDROPOWER PRODUCER

The participation process allows everyone understanding the other stakeholders’ needs and the importance of achieving a shared outcome.

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BERTOLIN ROSETTA

ENVIRONMENTAL NGOS’ NETWORK REPRESENTATIVE

The added value of citizens’ participation is the possibility of protecting environmental resources, preserving them for future generations.

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STELLIN DANIELE

REGIONAL FISHERMEN ASSOCIATION BIOLOGIST

Water amount data availability allows an open confrontation between fishermen and other river stakeholders supporting the participation process.

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MAMMOLITI MOCHET ANDREA

PCS DORA BALTEA FACILITATOR / ARPA VDA TECHNICIAN

Involving citizens in river planning is fundamental not only to limit conflicts but also to make people aware about what they can do individually.

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