9 June 2020
Internation Seminar about the “SMART ALTITUDE” project
Seminar June 17th 2020 – h 11.00
LIVE STREAMING ONLY
Il CrC Gesdimont di UNIMONT – Pole of Excellence of the University of Milan, located in Edolo – reports the international webinar organized as part of the Smart Altitude Research Project, of which Unimont is a partner.
The seminar is the first of a series of 5 events targeted at ski resort operators and winter tourism operators of the Alpine Arc.
The seminar in English will present the Smart Altitude Project and its six-steps approach for dealing with climate change in Alpine ski resorts.
Specifically, dott. Stefano Sala, researcher at the CrC Ge.S.Di.Mont. of UNIMONT will present adaptation and mitigation strategies for climate change.
During the webinar, the Smart Altitude online toolkit will also be presented ad the main resource for guiding ski resort operators and local policy-makers in the development of low-carbon measures.
Smart Altitude is a European Interreg project that aims at developing and implementing new solutions and policies to improve the use of energy in Alpine ski resorts. The Smart Altitude’s approach integrates innovative solutions for energy monitoring, energy efficiency and energy sustainability to support decision-makers in Alpine ski resorts in the adoption of low-carbon measures.
This webinar will be held in English and is the first of 5 appointments that share best practices, experience and tools for planning, implementing and optimizing low-carbon measures in Alpine ski resorts and territories.
The webinars aim at engaging potential replicators over the Alpine Space to make a step forward in climate change approaches for winter tourism in the Alps.