Economía verde

Zhangjiajie es una gran zona montañosa de China, que figura en la lista de parques naturales Patrimonio de la Humanidad de la UNESCO. Con puestos de venta en cada esquina, la vegetación ha sido pisada y el suelo compactado, llevando a una aceleración de la degradación medioambiental. Usado además por muchos vendedores para lavar los platos, los riachuelos se han contaminado.

Las autoridades están llevando a cabo una gran obra de limpieza, con la retirada de infraestructuras inapropiadas, hoteles, cafés y tiendas de dentro del parque, por lo que las perspectivas de la flora y la fauna locales –incluida la gente local- son considerablemente más favorables que unos años atrás.

Se estima que las actividades de turismo de montaña generan un beneficio de 70 a 90 mil millones de dólares al año, y supone entre un 15 y un 20 por ciento de la industria turística.

El turismo responsable depende en gran medida de nuestro comportamiento.

Register for the Mountain Partnership Global Meeting

Register for the Mountain Partnership Global Meeting

peak to peak

The July 2022 issue of Peak to Peak invites all Mountain Partnership members to register for the upcoming 6th Mountain Partnership Global Meeting, which will be held at the Aspen Meadows, the campus of the Aspen Institute, in Aspen, Colorado, United States of America on 26-29 September 2022. Top news...

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University of Milan launches mountain education manifesto at Expo 2020 Dubai

University of Milan launches mountain education manifesto at Expo 2020 Dubai

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The University of Milan’s UNIMONT Centre launched a youth-centred manifesto for the promotion of a sustainable and lively future in mountain areas globally at Expo 2020 Dubai.

The Mountain Education and Innovation Manifesto (MEIM) was created through an international consultation involving over 100 youth from 28 countries around the world....

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Highlighting sustainable food systems in mountains for the UN Food Systems Summit 2021

Highlighting sustainable food systems in mountains for the UN Food Systems Summit 2021

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As a contribution to the discussion on sustainable food systems in mountains in the lead up to the 2021 UN Food Systems Summit, an info sheet has been developed by the Mountain Partnership Secretariat and Theresa Tribaldos, Centre for Development and Environment.

Mountain agriculture and food production sustain the livelihoods of...

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Mountain Partnership Governance and Strategy (2018-2021)

Mountain Partnership Governance and Strategy (2018-2021)

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This document presents the Mountain Partnership strategy and governance for the period 2018 to 2021.

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Elevating Mountains in the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework 2.0

Elevating Mountains in the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework 2.0

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With the Aichi Biodiversity Targets coming to an end in 2020, the world is preparing for a new set of ambitious biodiversity targets and goals to follow. This brief, prepared for the second Open-Ended Working Group meeting on the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework in February 2020, highlights how mountains are...

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2020 Booklet of Good Practices for vibrant European mountains

2020 Booklet of Good Practices for vibrant European mountains

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To celebrate the start of 2020, Euromontana – the European Association of Mountain Areas - published a new booklet of good practices. This brochure is the result of the exchange of good practices carried out by Euromontana in 2019 and aims at showcasing innovative initiatives for the development of...

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