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CO.R.I.MONT.

The Italian Mountain Lab is a Ministry of Education FISR – Special supplementary Fund for research project through which the Ministry of Education, University and Research is supporting the objective of promoting collaboration between Universities, Research and Development Centers and stakeholders active in the enhancement of the mountain territory at a national level, in order to capitalize, consolidate and increase knowledge and experiences for the sustainable development of these areas.

In this context, by virtue of its consolidated experience in the analysis and study of the complex issues that affect mountain territories, as well as in the promotion and dissemination of research and training initiatives for the promotion and valorization of these areas, UNIMONT – Center of Excellence of the University of Milan – is promoting networking and the activation of a Coordination of Italian Networks for Mountain Areas – CO.R.I.MONT. – to promote the sharing of information between networks already active in the development of mountain areas, laying the foundations for new future alliances.

The Coordination of Italian Mountain Networks (CO.RIMONT.) aims to promote dialogue, exchange and collaboration between national networks that deal with the development of mountain areas through research and innovation. Each network operates and oversees a part of the national mountain territory, and all together we can take care of the entire Italian mountains, by merging experiences, skills and best practices, enhancing, through a systemic and coordinated approach, the dialogue with the business world, the public institutions and the policy makers, that means the three privileged interlocutors to trigger innovative processes in the territories, according to the triple helix model for innovation.

Moreover, CO.R.I.MONT. will also allow an effective and organic dialogue with the European and international context, contributing to the discussion on the role of the mountains and the measures necessary to promote their development and development.

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(Ita) Corso Perizie incidenti in valanga

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(Ita) Convegno sulle erbe aromatiche dell‘Alto Adige

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RIFUGES & BIVOUACS: PROJECTS IN THE-MOUNTAINS AND PROJECTS ON PAPER

Saturday 27th October 2018, 5.30 pm | Turin, National Museum of the Mountain – Sala Stemmi The aim of the meeting is to analyse the state of the art on the design and construction of alpine shelters and bivouacs, highlighting their heritage value and cultural and technical implications, through a comparison between experiences in the field and published works.

ALPS IN PROGRESS – CONNECT AND TRANS-FORM TERRITORIES

Connecting and transforming territories is the theme proposed by the third Conference of the Alps in progress cycle. Organized by the “Laurent Ferretti” Observatory of the Courmayeur Mont Blanc Foundation together with the Order of Architects, Planners, Landscapers and Conservationists of Valle d’Aosta, the program of meetings, conferences and publications has been developed and organized by Francesca Chiorino and Marco Mulazzani.

The Mountain Dimension of Cooperation – Expert Workshop

The Expert Workshop Mountain Dimension of Cooperation will be held on 9th November from 9:00-17:00 in the Conference Centre Albert Borschette, Brussels. The objective of the one-day seminar is to discuss on policies, projects and governance that contribute to the development of mountainous areas in the EU. It will bring together EU Institutions, Interreg programmes, stakeholders and representatives of the civil society. The one-day event of 9th November...

Mountain 4.0: the second edition is underway to enhance the mountain territory

The course intends to continue the reflection begun together with the local community for an increasingly articulated and extended “enhancement of the mountains”. Launched in the first edition in 2017/2018, it is organized by the Municipality of Bormio that has led to an organic project – which now continues – elaborated by Maria Chiara Cattaneo in the context of the activities of the Società Economica...

The Italian Mountain Lab Project was presented at Terra Madre Salone Del Gusto

From 20th to 24th September, in Turin, Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, the largest international event dedicated to food organized by SlowFood, the Piedmont Region and the City of Turin in collaboration with the Ministry of Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies and the involvement of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism, returned as part of the activities planned for the year of...

11th International Beech Symposium

‘Natural and Managed Beech Forests as Reference Ecosystems for the Sustainable Management of Forest Resources and the Conservation of Biodiversity’. The conference is open to scientists/practitioners/policy makers and welcomes all contributes related to:  Biology and ecology of beech, including genetics, physiology, paleoecology and biogeography  Natural dynamics of beech forests and their importance for biodiversity conservation  Management of beech forests and their role in providing ecosystem services Discover more: www.iufrobeech2018.com

ISLANDS, MOUNTAINS AND SPARSELY POPULATED AREAS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

During the European Week of Regions and Cities, a workshop “ISLANDS, MOUNTAINS AND SPARSELY POPULATED AREAS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES will be organized, on the 9th October, in Brussels. The Workshop objective is to discuss the main challenges faced by islands, mountains and sparsely populated areas, in particular in the environment and energy fields, and the current and post-2020 support of the EU cohesion, environmental and energy polices...

The mountains in progress

The Observatory on the mountain system “Laurent Ferretti” of the Courmayeur Mont Blanc Foundation is promoting the series of Meetings The mountains in progress, to describe the social and cultural changes that are permeating the Alpine area: 4th August 2018 | Presentation of the book Rifugi e bivacchi. Gli imperdibili delle Alpi, Courmayeur 10th August 2018 | Meeting on Walser culture, Courmayeur 16th August 2018...

Multidisciplinary field trip for students of Biology of the University of Eastern Piedmont in the Monviso Park mountains

From 27th to 29th June, twenty-five students of the Degree course in Biology of the Disit of Alessandria carried out ecological observations, botanical relevés and censuses of fauna in the Alpi Cozie, as part of an agreement between the Monviso Park and the University of Eastern Piedmont. The students appreciated the direct contact with aspects of the biology they had only seen in books, followed...

From aromatic plants to essential oils: cultivation, distillation and uses

From 3rd to 7th September in Fanano (MO) in the Apennines there will be the Summer School, “FROM AROMATIC PLANTS TO ESSENTIAL OILS: cultivation, distillation and uses”, organized by the Società dei Naturalisti e Matematici of Modena under the patronage of UNIMORE, Foundation Cassa di Risparmio di Modena and the Emilia Romagna Region. The Summer School aims to train experts in the cultivation of aromatic...

(Ita) Everest VR

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(Ita) Architetture minime – ArchAlp

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pantaiES Ecosystem Services

pantaiES helps those who manage natural capital to be remunerated for their work and ensures that those who generate an impact on ecosystems are adequately compensated. The bank that provides the compensation includes land associations, consortia, and natural capital holders willing to implement compensatory measures and to sign payment contracts for ecosystem services. Authorization procedures as well as voluntary certification procedures (LCA, LEED, BREAM, etc.)...

TCI with the Foundation for the Development of the Oltrepò Pavese to support local tourism

Meetings and participatory planning laboratories dedicated to tour operators. Enhancing tourism in the Oltrepò Pavese: this is the aim of the project born from the collaboration between the Foundation for the Development of Oltrepò Pavese and the Italian Touring Club, as part of the “Oltrepò biodiverso” initiative, which is co-funded by the Cariplo Foundation to support the territory in the promotion of its innumerable factors...

Multi risk assessment of alpine environment

International Summer School Crodo (VB), 10 – 13 July 2018 From 10th to 13th July, our PhD program, in cooperation with IRPI-CNR, organises the second edition of the field school “Multi-risk Assessment of Alpine Environment”. Lessons and field trips are scheduled. The course will end with a test and it’s worth 6 credits. Program of the course Leaflet of the course Lessons by: F. Zucca,...

NEANDERTHALS – THE FIRST ARTISTS OF EUROPE

Tuesday 29 May 2018, 6:00 pm A.L.A. – Circolo Filologico Milanese, via Clerici, 10 – MILANO — The Lombardy Archeological Association, the Camuno Center for Prehistoric Studies, and the Le Orme dell’Uomo Archaeological Cooperative are organizing a talk by Marcos García Diez entitled “Neanderthals – The First Artists of Europe” as part of the events related to the 20th INTERNATIONAL ROCK ART CONGRESS – IFRAO,...

20th INTERNATIONAL ROCK ART CONGRESS – IFRAO

VALCAMONICA Darfo Boario Terme (BS) Italia 29 August – 2 September 2018 — The Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici (CCSP) and the Società Cooperativa Archeologica “Le Orme dell’Uomo” (Footsteps of Man Archaeological Cooperative Society) have the pleasure to invite you to the 20th International Rock Art Congress which will be held in Valcamonica (Italy) from 29th of August to the 2nd of September 2018. This...

ENHANCING THE MOUNTAIN ECONOMY IN THE SILVOPASTORAL SECTOR AT THE REGIONAL LEVEL

The 5th Service “Interventions and public works – Mountain Tutelage and Economy” of the Forest Service (Comando Corpo Forestale), in line with the proposal of UO 14 Public Works Programming, is currently identifying institutional subjects (Universities, Park Authorities, Mountain Municipalities, Professional Associations, Companies, etc.) to involve in the promotion of initiatives aimed at revitalizing the mountain economy in the silvopastoral sector at the regional level....

HIGH ALTITUDE ARCHITECTURE

On the evening of May 17th, the “High Altitude Architecture” notebook attached to the Arketipo magazine number 119 will be presented. Throughout the course of the evening, three case studies will be presented. Valentin Bearth from Bearth & Deplazes Architects will introduce the clinic Klinik Gut in Fläsch (CH). Gino Garbellini of Piuarch along with the Latteria Sociale Valtellina in Sondrio and Guido Callegari of the...

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(Ita) BUONA PASQUA

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Edolo Sports Day: a great day of sport for all ages

Sport was the main attraction in Edolo for a whole day on Wednesday, 10th  April, with the second edition of Edolo Sports Day, the sports...

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OPEN DAY 2019 – Mountain University

The Open Day of the Degree Course in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas will take place on Saturday 18th May 2019 at 10:00...

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3rd graduation session of the academic year 2017/2018 of the Degree Course in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas

Twelve students graduated in Conservation and Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas on Wednesday 10th April 2019, at the Mountain University in Edolo. Bertazzoli Sara (Villa...

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The Re-Search Alps dataset is now available in the European Data Portal!

Since March 26th, 2019, the Re-Search Alps – Research Laboratories in the Alpine Area dataset, which contains information on 125.649 Research Centers,Laboratories and SMEs, 257.248...

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