Smart Altitude

Alpine winter tourism territories demonstrating an integrated framework for a low-carbon, high-impact and resilient future

Territorial stakeholder engagement

This report focuses on the findings from Smart Altitude partners on the process of designing mitigation and adaptation goals to strengthen the attractiveness of winter tourism territories.
It starts with the results of a Stakeholder analysis performed by all partners detecting the main stakeholders involved in the project Living Lab planning, implementation and monitoring processes, as well as the ones that should be further engaged, and provides recommendations for Stakeholder engagement to other winter tourism areas. The Stakeholder analysis is followed by a grid analysis of existing policies supporting transition towards low carbon territories and a Gap analysis at multiple levels of governance, resulting as the product of qualitative questionnaires and online information research, which will serve as a basis for the development of effective and sustainable low-carbon and climate resilient policy recommendations in WP T4 to national, regional, and local authorities. It finally closes with insights into R&I needs and potential for joint Alpine Smart Specialisation Strategies alignment and considerations on tourism labels. The results of this report will feed into WIKI Alps and the EUSALP PoK.
Report on territorial stakeholder engagement