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Article de blog
How to demonstrate solidarity in mountain areas during the COVID-19 crisis? Get inspired by some initiatives

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, mountain communities face unprecedented challenges due to the lockdown and isolation. The situation brings social difficulties for people, even more those living in remote areas, and financial ones for rural businesses affected by the closure. This item of news aims at sharing experiences and inspiring...
2020 - Euromontana

Article de blog
Cafés especiais do Brasil terão proteção na UE contra imitação

A equipe do Mapa conversou com produtores de Mantiqueira de Minas e Alta Mogiana, que produzem cafés que serão protegidos no mercado europeu por causa do acordo Mercosul-UE.
Mantiqueira de Minas (MG) é conhecida pelo clima de montanha e as estâncias hidrominerais, cujas águas são terapêuticas. Na região, é produzido também um dos cafés mais conceituados do país. Com as lavouras nas áreas montanhosas, sem mecanização, o café da Mantiqueira de Minas ganhou notoriedade nacional e internacional. Em maio...
Brazil
2020 - Ministério da Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento (MAPA)

Article de blog
Cafeicultura se reinventa para conquistar novas gerações

Ameaçado pela queda do consumo até os anos 80, o setor investiu em inovação, do campo ao varejo, para abranger novos paladares
O cafeicultura brasileira vem se reiventando nas últimas décadas, a partir de iniciativas de empreededores como Hugo Wolff, que hoje se multiplicam pelo Brasil, e os investimentos feitos por produtores, indústrias e cafeterias para levar aos consumidores grãos de qualidae superior e várias opções para saborear um bom café, seja...
Brazil
2020 - GLOBO RURAL

Rapport
BOND's Youth Forum

The vision of the new generation of farmers for the future of farming in Europe
In order to address the root causes that are aggravating the multiple social, economic, health and climate crises that our society is facing due to unsustainable, unjust and unhealthy farming and food systems, the voice of young farmers needs to be put forward in the process of shaping public policies....
2020 - The BOND Project

Événement
A European Rural Agenda is urgently needed for rural areas after COVID crisis

Rural and intermediate areas account for 88% of the EU’s territory, are home to 55% of its population, generate 43% of its gross value added and host 56% of its jobs. Rural development is therefore extremely important and a vital tool for achieving the territorial cohesion objective enshrined in the...
European Union
2020 - Euromontana

Étude de cas
Local benefits for farmers in Tarnava Mare Natura2000 site

Agriculture in the mountains differs from the lowlands and has some inherent constraints due to geographical isolation, a low levels of infrastructure development, difficult climatic conditions and fragile ecosystems making agricultural production, marketing and development more difficult. Agriculture and forestry are the most traditional \ work sectors in the Carpathians, shaping...
Romania
2020 - ADEPT Foundation

Rapport
Towards a Long-Term Vision for Mountains’ Rural Areas

The European Commission is expected to publish its communication on the Long-Term Vision for Rural Areas during the first semester 2021. The Long-Term Vision for Rural Areas is coordinated by Vice-President Dubravka Šuica, European Commissioner for Democracy & Demography. Janusz Wojciechowski, EU Commissioner for Agriculture, and Elisa Ferreira, Commissioner for...
European Union
2020 - Euromontana: the European Association for Mountain Areas

Article de blog
Cafés da agricultura familiar se diferenciam pela qualidade, diversidade e sustentabilidade

A cultura do café na Bahia vem ganhando, cada vez mais, lugar de destaque no país, com a qualidade dos grãos, especialmente os produzidos por agricultores e agricultoras familiares, em Territórios de Identidade como o da Chapada Diamantina e do Sudoeste Baiano. Os cafés atraem consumidores de diversas partes do...
Brazil
2020 - Easycoop

Article de blog
Giving life to Slovenian grasslands

Biodiversity decline in agricultural landscapes has been problematic for decades in Slovenia, and extensive grasslands are one of the most threatened habitats in the country. The LIFE project “Conservation and Management of Dry Grasslands in Eastern Slovenia” (also known as ‘LIFE to grasslands’) addresses biodiversity conservation in agricultural environments.
European Union
2020 - Euromontana

Article de revue
Aproximación a un indicador para estimar la magnitud del esfuerzo físico en las labores de cultivo

A escala finca los indicadores sociales de sostenibilidad agrícola más comunes son las horas-labor y la estacionalidad de la mano de obra.  La magnitud del esfuerzo físico que los trabajadores invierten en las actividades agrícolas normalmente no se utiliza como un indicador de eficiencia y sostenibilidad; por esta razón, en...
Colombia
2020 - Corporación Colombiana de Investigación Agropecuaria

Vidéos
International Day of Forests 2020: Virtual programme

The 2020 celebration of the International Day of Forests with the theme “Forests and Biodiversity: Too precious to lose” at FAO headquarters was a virtual event with video messages from QU Dongyu, Director-General, FAO and Elizabeth Maruma Mrema, Acting Executive Secretary of the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity....
2020 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Rapport
MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE - Opportunities for harnessing Zero Hunger in Asia

Why does mountain agriculture deserve special attention in a Zero Hunger context? Firstly, because hunger remains common in many mountainous areas. While on a global scale, food insecurity has tended to go down, mountain dwellers have fared worse than people living in plains. Secondly, because mountains cover a large part...
2019 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de blog
A look back on the smart eco-social villages pilot initiative

The Pilot Project on Smart Eco-Social Villages, initiated by the European Parliament, has been carried out by a consortium consisting of Ecorys, Origin for Sustainability and R.E.D. under the responsibility of the European Commission (Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development). The potential effect of this Pilot Project is to shape...
2019 - Euromontana

Rapport
From science to social innovations connecting forests and people

This Special Issue, a product of the SIMRA project and its Thematic Session organised at the 125th Anniversary IUFRO Congress in 2017, is a contribution to advancing and exchanging scientific knowledge of social innovation in the context of forestry. A purpose of the Issue is to promote social learning, contribute...
2019 - Euromontana

Ouvrage
Forest Futures: Sustainable pathways for forests, landscapes and people in the Asia-Pacific region

The demand of society on forests has continuously changed. Initially, forests were mainly seen as resources for timber. Overtime, the role of forests has expanded as our society expects various economic, social and environmental products and services from the forests. Forests now are seen as a component of broader landscapes....
2019 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Directives
United Nations Decade of Family Farming 2019-2028 global action plan

The Decade of Family Farming provides an extraordinary opportunity for the United Nations to achieve its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in an inclusive, collaborative and coherent way. Putting family farming and all family-based production models1 at the focus of interventions for a period of ten years, will contribute to a...
2019 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de blog
UNECE, FAO take stock of scarce forest resources of Central Asia and the Caucasus

Until now, there has been little information available to the international community regarding the state of forests in the Caucasus and Central Asia. Today, however, the UNECE/FAO Forestry and Timber Section has released the first regional overview of the forest sector in these countries since they became independent in the 1990s.
2019 - Food and Agriculture organization of the United Nations FAO

Rapport
How to do; Rapid livestock market assessment: A guide for practitioners

The Rapid Livestock Market Assessment guide seeks to facilitate livestock market assessments in order to support those operating in the livestock sector, such as multilateral financial institutions, international development organizations, governments, research organizations, NGOs, community-based organizations, service providers and input suppliers. The guide provides project design teams with basic skills and...
2019 - IFAD

Article de blog
How to foster social farming in mountain areas?

On June 25, 2019, Euromontana attended a conference in Brussels on “Social Agriculture and Care Farm: Work opportunity, Social Partnership and Inclusion” organised by the Care-T-Farms project. Care-T-Farms is an Erasmus + programme, willing to encourage the use of farms as places promoting positive mental and physical health and wellbeing.
2019 - Euromontana

Projet
Towards a macroregional strategy for the Carpathians

Euromontana participated in a public hearing on 10th September 2019 to share comments on the own initiative report on “the macroregional strategy for the Carpathian region”, prepared by Mr Wladyslaw Ortyl, member of the Committee of the Regions (CoR) and Marshall of the Polish Podckarpackie region. This draft opinion calls for the establishment of a...
2019 - Euromontana
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