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It’s time to continue with our Alpine master class series!

Sergi Costa, the lead partner of ARDIA-Net, told us how the measures to ensure the durability and transferability of the project results contributed to the success of the ARDIA-Net. The project partners of ARDIA-Net have noted that the Alps are home to several...

How to transform industrial parks in the Alps into more sustainable eco-industrial parks?

ECOLE is our last new classic project of the first call in the period 2021-2027 to be presented. Industrial Parks suffer from an image of polluters, but also from increasing energy costs and a lack of knowledge about the circular economy approach. ECOLE wants to...

The concept of circular economy in textile production

Our third new classic project dealing with the concept of circular economy is AlpTextyles! The project focuses on textile production as one of the most polluting economic sectors. Textile production is one of the most polluting and CO2 intensive economic sectors....
This week’s topic is circular economy!

This week’s topic is circular economy!

Our new classic projects CEFoodCycle, Cradle-ALP and AlpTextyles are working on the concept of circular economy in different sectors. CEFoodCycle focuses in particular on preventing food waste. To tackle food waste, for instance in the hospitality sector, there is a...

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What is behind the success of Alpine Space projects?

What is behind the success of Alpine Space projects?

Our Alpine master class series answers this question. This time, we asked Nico Salmaso, the lead partner of Eco-AlpsWater, what made the success of the project. The project partners of Eco-AlpsWater focused on inland waters as one of the most precious natural...

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Alpine forests: key for resilience

Alpine forests: key for resilience

Forest EcoValue is our second new classic project that deals with ecological connectivity in the Alps! The project works on the resilient effect of Alpine forests. Alpine forests are key for resilience and provide multiple ecosystem services (provision of raw...

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New Year’s week is all about ecological connectivity!

New Year’s week is all about ecological connectivity!

PlanToConnect and Forest EcoValue, two of our new classic projects, aim to establish interactions between organisms in Alpine ecosystems. PlanToConnect focuses in particular on ecological connectivity in spatial planning systems. Protected areas are an efficient means...

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Happy holidays!

Happy holidays!

The Interreg Alpine Space programme is sending you holiday greetings. Enjoy a festive period with your loved ones, be it called winter holidays, Chanukka, Christmas or just a welcome break! We too are taking a break and closing our offices from 23 December 2022 to 2...

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27 small-scale applications received!

27 small-scale applications received!

The second call for small-scale projects of the Interreg Alpine Space programme closed on 16 December 2022. Within the upcoming weeks, we are going to assess each of the 27 promising ideas with great interest. As the application process for small-scale projects...

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This week’s topic is the transition of the tourism sector!

This week’s topic is the transition of the tourism sector!

Our two new classic projects BeyondSnow and TranStat deal with the consequences of climate change on the tourism sector in the Alps. BeyondSnow focuses in particular on small medium-altitude snow tourism destinations in the Alpine area. Due to climate change, snow...

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We are hiring!

We are hiring!

The Joint Secretariat is looking for a Communication Manager to join our international team in Salzburg, Austria! The position offers attractive conditions; the chance for personal and professional development through workshops and trainings and the opportunity to...

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How to face the cascading impacts of extreme weather events?

How to face the cascading impacts of extreme weather events?

The third of our new classic projects that works on risk prevention & disaster resilience is X-RISK-CC. The project aims to improve the knowledge and management of cascading impacts and risks posed by extreme weather events. There is scientific evidence that...

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Alpine forests: a key factor in climate change mitigation

Alpine forests: a key factor in climate change mitigation

MOSAIC is our second new classic project that deals with risk prevention & disaster resilience in the Alpine area. The project concentrates on the protection of Alpine forests, which are essential in mitigating climate change. Forests provide essential ecosystem...

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This week is all about risk prevention & disaster resilience!

This week is all about risk prevention & disaster resilience!

Three of our new classic projects, ADAPTNOW, MOSAIC and X-RISK-CC, are focusing on the prevention and management of climate-related disasters. ADAPTNOW works in particular on climate adaption in the Alps. In the future, recurring disasters related to climate change...

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Limited availability on 8 and 9 December

Limited availability on 8 and 9 December

Due to the Austrian public holiday on 8 December, we will only have limited availability in our Salzburg offices on 8 and 9 December. As of Monday 12 December, the Joint secretariat and the Managing authority will be back in full force. Until then, we wish you a...

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Hydrogen: a key player in the energy transition

Hydrogen: a key player in the energy transition

H2MA is our second new classic project that deals with hydrogen as a key player in the energy transition. The project is primarily concerned with the question of how hydrogen can contribute to the transition to low-carbon mobility in the Alps. Mobility represents a...

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This week’s topic is hydrogen!

This week’s topic is hydrogen!

Two of our new classic projects, AMETHyST and H2MA, are working on the green energy transition in the Alps using hydrogen. AMETHyST focuses in particular on the use of local green hydrogen ecosystems in the Alps. In view of the current energy crisis, it is now more...

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What makes Alpine Space projects successful?

What makes Alpine Space projects successful?

We provide the answer in our Alpine master class series! In September, we started to highlight some of the successful projects co-financed by the Interreg Alpine Space programme in 2014-2020. We asked experienced lead partners what made the success of their Alpine...

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Register now for our online info desk in German!

Register now for our online info desk in German!

You are interested in applying for EU funding? Take the chance to ask all your questions about the small-scale project application directly to the Alpine space contact points of Austria and Germany: Martina Bach and Lisa Horn. The online info desk in German will take...

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The Italian infoday will take place on 29 November

The Italian infoday will take place on 29 November

The national infoday will be held on 29 November from 10:00 to 13:00 in Italian language and focus on the second call of small-scall projects. The Italian national contact point Roberto De Marco and the JS officer Jana Habjan will give an overview of this thematic...

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Small-scale project applications can now be submitted!

Small-scale project applications can now be submitted!

The Joint electronic monitoring system (Jems) just opened for your project applications. The 2nd cut-off date for submitting proposals is 16 December 2022. You are preparing an application for a small-scale project and have some questions? Have a look at our Q&A...

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14 classic projects approved

14 classic projects approved

On 18 and 19 October, the Alpine Space Programme Committee met in Strasbourg and discussed intensively about the 29 applications of classic projects that were invited to the second step of the first call in the period 2021-2027. We are happy to announce that the...

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We’re hiring!

We’re hiring!

You have a heart for European cooperation? You want to make a difference and drive sustainable development? You are fascinated by the Alpine region? Then join our small international team as Project Officer at the Joint Secretariat in Salzburg (Austria), the heart of...

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We are hiring!

We are hiring!

Join our team as communication intern! You are a graduate student, multilingual (English + one of the following languages: French/German/Italian/Slovenian), passionate for communication and EU regional policy, and your heart beats for the Alpine region? Then become a...

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Interested in applying for EU funding?

Interested in applying for EU funding?

Then check out our new Alpine master class series! In September, we started to highlight some of the successful projects co-financed by the Interreg Alpine Space programme in 2014-2020. We asked experienced lead partners what made the success of their Alpine Space...

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