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18/06/2012 - International news Shall ALPARC get an Asian "brother"?
In preparation for the IUCN World Conservation Congress, which will be held this year in September in South Korea, ALPARC’s president and Berchtesgaden National Park’s director Michael Vogel was invited in late April to a work meeting.
13/06/2012 - News from the protected areas The “walkable” ecological footprint in the National Park Gesäuse
The National Park Gesäuse will open its new visitor attraction, the “walkable” ecological footprint, in the nature experience centre Weidendom the 7th of July 2012 at 10 am.
29/05/2012 - News from the Alps Mountain industry in the Southern Alps - what is the Future?
Press release SALON 25-27 April 2012 Alpexpo Grenoble France CCI Nice Côte d'Azur
11/05/2012 - News from the network ALPARC The multivision “for the Alps”: an original and unique audiovisual event
ALPARC is pleased to present the multivision "for the Alps", an audiovisual production built around more than 400 photographs painstakingly selected from the 10,000 shots taken and shortlisted by park officers in nearly 60 protected areas. These areas are represented by 20 management bodies who are full partners in this unique creative piece.
11/05/2012 - News from the protected areas 30 of April 2012: bear M13 were run over by a train
The bear M13 survived the collision with the train of Rhätischen Bahn (RhB). By this incident, the GPS transmitter, the bear was equipped with, destroyed. Another bear, usually present in the region Engadine, was seen in the direction of Bivio, the Suisse National Park.