2nd International Workshop "Mountain Environmental Education in Alpine Protected Areas"

Mittwoch, 17 Oktober 2012
  • Date 17/10/2012 to 19/10/2012
  • Place BIOS-center, Mallnitz
  • Country Austria
  • Organisation ALPARC Nationalpark Hohe Tauern REEMA - Réseau Alpin d'Education à l'Environnement Montagnard

 The second Alparc workshop on the topic "Mountain Environmental Education: how to reinforce the relation between young people and Alpine mountain?" will take place from 17th to19th October 2012 in Mallnitz, in the Hohe Tauern National Park .

It is co-organised with the Hohe Tauern National Park - Carinthia and with the REEMA (Alpine Network for Mountain Environmental Education), which already gathers the staff in charge of environmental education in the French Alpine protected areas.

Target public: Staff in charge of environmental education in the Alpine protected areas.
Limited number of participants: 30 persons max.
Language of the meeting: English

Programme proposal: see document below (for download)

Main topic will be: YOUTH and MOUNTAIN: how to reinforce the relation between young people and mountain? Which ideas, tools, international projects

Parallel work sessions in small groups:

- Experiences of sponsoring, cooperations with external partners financing environmental education programs
- Education centres: experience of alpine protected areas with visitor centres (management, staff, costs, infrastructure, content and pedagogical material, impacts, selling products or not?)
- Educational values, alpine culture and mountain identity

The programme will also offer large discussion time for informal experiences exchanges as well as various guided visits.

ALPARC Education Working Group Coordination: +33 (0)4 79 26 55 00


Please find below the registration form as well as useful practical information. To register, fill in the form and send it back before 30th of SEPTEMBER 2012. Thanks! 

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