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DYNALP



Title

Valorisation of natural und cultural heritage for marketing and tourism in the Alpine Space - dynamic rural alpine space

Priority,Measure

3.2

Lead Partner

Gemeinde Mäder

Lead Partner Country

Austria

Project Website

http://www.dynalp.org

Duration

07/2003 - 08/2006

Date of Approval

09-04-2003

Approx. Total Budget in €

2.141.932 €

ERDF in €

1.441.932 €

Project Summary

DYNALP serves the implementation of the Alpine Convention. App. 50 communities from the entire Alpine Space form an operational network to provide a dynamic stimulus for the rural Alpine Space. OBJECTIVES: 1. Implementation of projects for the protocols “tourism”, “environmental protection and landscape management”, “mountain farming”, “sustainable development and regional planning”. 2. Visualising possibilities and developing positions with regards to European regional policies 3. Increasing competence for sustainable development in small municipalities and regions. MEANS: 1. Trans-national exchange of experiences. 2. Linking local competence with international expertise. 3. Applying the innovative methodology “autodidactic learning for sustainability”. The pilot actions will trigger investments of a minimum of 20 million Euro. The project structure builds on an extension of the Alliance in the Alps, which so far did not have a specifically implementation-oriented character.

Project Objectives

- Implementation of projects for the protocols "tourism", "environmental protection and landscape management", "mountain farming", "sustainable development and regional planning".
- Visualising possibilities and developing positions with regards to European regional policies
- Increasing competence for sustainable development in small municipalities and regions

Project Achievements

-Trans-national exchange of experiences.
- Linking local competence with international expertise.
- Applying the innovative methodology “autodidactic learning for sustainability”.

The pilot actions will trigger investments of a minimum of 20 million Euro. The project structure builds on an extension of the Alliance in the Alps, which so far did not have a specifically implementation-oriented character.

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EU Project Partners

Alliance France (France)
Bohinj (Slovenia)
Gemeinde Oberstaufen (Germany)
Gemeinde San Zeno (Italy)
Kranjska Gora (Slovenia)

Non-EU Project Partners

Gemeinde Grabs (Switzerland)
Gemeinde Schaan (Liechtenstein)

Contact Person

Siegele, Rainer


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