With its unique geographical and structural characteristics, the Alpine Region has a good potential to transform into a model region for energy efficiency and renewable energy.
The first annual form of the EU’s macro-regional strategy took place in Munich on 23 and 24 November.
February 7th it was sunny in Innsbruck. “Cooperation offers the chance to shape the future".
During 2018, the Tyrol holds the presidency of EUSALP, the EU Strategy for the Alpine Region. The EUSALP brings together 48 regions from seven countries (Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Switzerland and Liechtenstein) with more than 80 million inhabitants.
The European Parliament adopted on 16 January a resolution on the implementation of EU macro-regional strategies (MRS) with 580 votes in favour.
Since the launch of the Strategy, the Action Groups as well as the Executive Board of the Strategy have identified a number of themes and issues that need further and deeper investigation and preparatory activities in order to achieve the set goals.
One year after the “Report from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions on the implementation of EU macro-regional strategies – COM(2016) 805 final)", there is a clear growing interest in the implementatio
More than 49 participants from EUSALP and EUSAIR countries have participated at the workshop, organised within the Mediterranean Coast and EU Macro-Regional Strategies Week 2017 by the Institute of the Republic of Slovenia for Nature Conservation, EUSALP Action Group 7
Upon Invitation of the Bavarian State Minister of the Environment and Consumer Protection, Ulrike Scharf, and in the scope of the Bavarian EUSALP presidency an Environmental Ministers conference took place in Munich, Bavaria, dealing with the issue of Green Infrastructure.
Taking advantage of the Austrian EU Council (second semester of 2018), the Tyrolean EUSALP (2018) and Alpine Convention (2017-2018) presidencies, a cross-disciplinary conference aiming at fostering the academic debate about key aspects, opportunities and challenges of transregional cooperation wi
The European University Association (EUA), representing 850 universities and rectors’ conferences across Europe, has published a policy position on Smart Specialisation (RIS3), dev
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In 2018, the Commission will make comprehensive proposals for the next generation of financial programmes for the post-2020 Multiannual Financial Framework, which is the EU's long–term budget.
The Action Group 3 supports the ARPAF project "HEALPS - Healing Alps: “Positioning the Alpine region as globally attractive health promoting place".
The Action Group 1 would like to inform about the workshop "Fintech: making money, creating social wealth", organized by Bocconi University as part of th
On 29th January, 2018, the 3rd AG5 meeting was held at Eurac in Bozen.
THE COR has published a new colorful and illustrated website reporting on most of the 137 workshops and events held between 9 to 12 October 2017 as part of the 15th European Week of Regions and Cities, including the workshop “What role for the EUSALP in future?”
Reliable energy data are the basis for decision-makers to define, to implement and to monitor the effectiveness of energy policies.