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21/06/2010 - News from the network ALPARC A new Workshop about indicators!
”An alpine system of indicators for the protected areas"
24/01/2011 - News from the network ALPARC A new workshop on the topic of indicators in Switzerland!
The Swiss network of parks and ALPARC (Alpine Network of Protected Areas) are organizing a workshop workshop from 16th till 18th of March 2011 in Marbach/Escholzmatt (Switzerland) on the subject of:
"Indicators of management effectiveness“
29/09/2011 - News from the network ALPARC CIME_1 – Management measures of protected areas: a catalogue to top all off!
The subject is of great topical interest: how can we assure a larger effectiveness of the alpine protected areas’ management measures? How can we monitor the effectiveness during the time?
An increasing number of protection authorities as ministries and local communities request to protected areas managers a veritable evaluation, in terms of effectiveness, of their management measures. Some large organisations, such as IUCN and the Council of Europe (European Diploma of Protected Areas ), dealt with this topic at the level of protected areas.
01/12/2010 - News from the network ALPARC Common meeting of all ECONNECT partners
This 15th -16th November the meeting in Bolzano was the occasion to give a progress report on the project for all partners. The specific indicators of management and measures of connectivity to be adopted were indexed for each pilot area.
01/10/2012 - News from the Alps Evaluating Management Effectiveness of National Parks
A method to evaluate the management effectivness of the National Parks was published by Michael Getzner, Michael Jungmeier and Bernd Pfleger, based on the case study of the Austrian National Park Gesäuse.
28/03/2011 - News from the network ALPARC Indicators to boost performance
The workshop on « Indicators of management effectiveness » for protected areas has just finished.
12/07/2010 - International news Mountain Research and Development (MRD) Vol 30 No 2: available online and open access
This issue of MRD is dedicated to presenting the major findings of a successful Johannesburg World Summit partnership, entitled: ‘‘Institutional Consolidation for the Coordinated and Integrated Monitoring of Natural Resources towards Sustainable Development and Environmental Conservation in the Hindu Kush–Karakoram–Himalaya Mountain Complex.’