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20 partners for the Alpine protected areas Multivision

Date :
27/01/2011
Keywords :
Communication

In 2009 the ALPARC “Joint Communication and Environmental Education ” working group initiated the project to create a new and attractive joint communication tool for the visitor centres of the protected areas. This project can at last become reality in 2011 thanks to the financial and concrete investment (several hundred images) by 20 protected areas managers and equally thanks to the financial support of the German Ministry of the Environment .

20 managers combine forces and means

20 managers or representatives of almost 60 protected areas of the various Alpine countries are united around this fine project which will make available to all the protected areas a simple but fascinating tool to present the protected areas to the general public.

The official partners of the project:

Nationalpark Hohe Tauern

A

Nationalpark Berchtesgaden

D

Parco Naturale Alta Valsesia

I

Nationalpark Gesäuse *

A

ASTERS - Réserves naturelles de Haute-Savoie

F

Parco Naturale del Monte Fenera

I

Nationalpark Kalkalpen

A

Parc national de la Vanoise

F

Parco Nazionale Val Grande

I

Landschaftspark Binntal

CH

Parc national des Ecrins *

F

Parco Regionale delle Orobie Valtellinesi

I

Naturpark Pfyn-Finges

CH

Parc national du Mercantour

F

Parco dell'Adamello

I

Netzwerk Schweizer Pärke *

CH

Amt für Naturparke Südtirol / Ufficio Parchi naturali Alto Adige *

I

Triglavski narodni park *

S

Parc Naziunal Svizzer

CH

Ente di gestione delle aree protette dell'Ossola (Parco naturale Alpe Veglia Alpe Devero & Parco naturale dell'alta Valle Antrona) *

I

TFPA / ALPARC *

* Members of the project steering committee

But what is multivision ?

Multivision is a top-quality audiovisual experience, a carefully-crafted story featuring impressive scenery and instantly-recognizable elements. A wide-screen presentation with multiple images fading in and out, set to music, more like a stylish slide show than a film. Using stills will allow us to create displays and combinations that convey simple messages, primarily through vision and sound. There are just a few key personal stories included to enhance the experience.

Difficult to describe in words, multivision is appreciated by the eyes and ears: an extract (3 min.) of the multivision of Les Ecrins National Park/F can be seen onlineat this link

Contact: Marie Stoeckel

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