Interreg Alpine Space
The ‘Inclusive Growth postcards’ by Interact spread the news about the social impact of Interreg programmes. Find out how the Alpine Space project HEALPS 2 is contributing!
All of the three main relevant regulations for Interreg programmes are available in 24 languages since end of June.
Allianz in den Alpen e.V. is organising a webinar series about the chances of communal digitalisation with six workshops in September and October 2021.
Check out how projects contribute to a well governed Alpine Space and have a look at the animated infographic of our final campaign 2014-2020 to learn more about their project achievements!
“Zusammenwachsen in #Europa” – on 8 July the Ministry of the Economy, Labour and Tourism in Baden-Württemmberg is organising an interactive, digital information- and networking event about the transnational #Interreg programmes of the new programming period (2021-2027).
Check out how projects contribute to our dream of a well governed Alpine Space and have a look at their projects achievements!
Would you like learn about the final results of the CHEERS project, which contributes to the protection of the cultural heritage from natural hazards by proposing different activities? Then don’t miss their final conference on 6 July 2021 taking place online from 9:30 to 17:30.
We dream of a liveable Alpine Space able to face the consequences of climate change. Have a look at our latest video showing that 18 co-funded projects on water management, natural disaster prevention and accessibility to nature have helped us come closer to this goal.
The partnership of the Interreg Alpine Space project HEALPS 2 is looking for an external support in the concept development and implementation of an innovative congress documentation. The deadline for submission of offers is the 2 July 2021.
Capacity building seminar on open space planning for young professionals, 22th – 25th July 2021 in Salzburg (AT). OpenSpaceAlps is looking forward to your application until 21/06/2021!
The European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) 2021 attributes every year awards for particular decisives projects support an economy built on clean, secure, efficient energy.
Do you wish to learn more about the main topics of the next Interreg Alpine Space? Check out the proceedings of our online event series Connect @lpine Space 2021+.
The third symposium Healing Power of the Alps, taking place in Bad Hofgastein in the region Salzburger Land on 8th and 9th October 2021, will focus on nature-based and health-promoting tourism.
The keep.eu database lists more nearly 90,000 organisations from all over Europe – the perfect starting place to look for partners for your future Alpine Space project!
Dream: Boosting tourism in my valley while seizing new market opportunities.
Explore the Policy Learning Platform and help boosting EU-wide learning and capitalisation!
Did you miss registering for the Connect @lpine Space 2021+ events? Then join our web stream!
Dream: Being prepared wihen drought strikes
Dream: Finding information to plan my trip across the Alps all in one place!
Save the date for our Connect @lpine Space 2021+ online events on 5, 10 and 12 May!
Dream: Building my own business in my village
Dream: Developing innovative digital solutions with partners from across the Alps
In the Alps, like elsewhere, the decline of the traditional heavy and manufacturing industry has left behind impressive once-productive landscapes. These abandoned complexes can be revived and devoted to new purposes.
Invitation to submit an offer: The Interreg Alpine Space programme is looking for an external support to develop its digital communication for the period 2021-2027. The deadline for submission of offers is 10 March 2021, 1pm.
In the Alps, people often move by private car while ignoring more sustainable means of transport. SaMBa explores new ways of leveraging rewards and pricing to trigger change in mobility behaviour.
On 1-2 March 2021, an online symposium marks the end of the 3-year trAILs Interreg research project on the transformation of industrial brownfields in the Alps.
Mature small companies often find it hard to open new development paths. BE-READI ALPS business support organisations guide them to seize relaunch opportunities and reach new promising markets.
The Alpine Policy Forum offers an open policy dialogue to exchange experiences and find common positions for the Alpine macroregion, with regards to the circular biobased economy as well as to the digitalization of SMEs. The forum will take place online.
Until a few years ago, using geothermal energy wasn’t thought of as an option in the Alps. Thanks to the knowledge developed by GRETA, a new heating system can be developed!
Several Interreg Alpine Space projects (AlpBioNet2030, AlpES, Links4Soils, GreenRisk4Alps) were mentioned for their contribution to tackle the challenges faced by mountain areas.