SPARE

Alpine rivers as society's lifelines

REINHOLD STOCKENHUBER

SCIENTIST, EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGIST

It is now necessary for humankind to fully perceive nature and
to shape river landscapes in a way to allow men and nature to coexist.

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ALEXANDRA SCHWAIGER

LOCAL EVALUATOR OF PP STEYR

It is the local community that has to be satisfied with the outcome
and has to live with the results.

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CHRISTINE EHRENHUBER

SCIENTIST, EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGIST
PROJECT MANAGER AT TATWORT / FACILITATOR OF PP STEYR

We offer a platform where the local community can work on common
development goals for the river Steyr.

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MARIA PRANKA

HOUSEWIFE / TOURIST IN PCS

The local community should always be involved if projects affect inhabited areas.
That’s the only way to ensure that it has a strong backing of the people.

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FRANZ EHRENHUBER

RETIRED BANK MANAGER AND FORMER CHAIRMAN OF LOCAL HISTORY MUSEUM

The Steyr is of historical importance to the region.
Timber production used to be fairly important here.

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WOLFGANG BOHMAYR

PROJECT MANAGER AT PLASTICS CLUSTER UPPER AUSTRIA

Informing and involving people helps to find good ideas
together with the local population.

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