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Year: 2010
This issue of cc
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Year: 2010
This CIPRA compact presents an overview of transport-related measures in the Alps to ameliorate climate change and promote adaptations to climate change
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Year: 2010
Just in time for the International Year of Biodiversity, the Ecological Continuum Initiative has printed an updated version of the brochure on Ecological Networks in the Alps
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Year: 2010
Mountainous soil erosion processes were investigated in the Urseren Valley (Central Switzerland) by means of measurements and simulations
Year: 2009
More detailed information is probably available about the Alps than about any other multinational mountain range on Earth
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Year: 2009
The CIPRA compact “Energy” provides an overview on energy use and energy production in the Alps and describes national and regional strategies for climate protection and climate adaptation
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Year: 2009
This report is based on a 2003 project called 'Patterns of sustainable development in the remote municipalities of Trentino (Italy)' in which researchers asked 'why are remote villages declining?' Based on demographic research from 1901 to 2001, they selected five socio-economically marginal communities in this geographical area for fieldwork
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Year: 2009
This newsletter contains 56 pages of global change science from mountain regions around the world, news from MRI's regional networks, meeting reports, interview and book review
Year: 2009
The CIPRA compact "Nature Protection" provides an overview on actions for nature protection in the Alps to limit climate change and adapt to it
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Year: 2009
This catalogue of measures has been elaborated in the frame of the Ecological Continuum Project
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