Alpine Convention


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Alpine Convention

n (Pol) → Alpenkonvention f
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Andreas Schieder (SP) calls on the Minister of Sustainability Elisabeth Kstinger in her present capacity as chair of the International Alpine Convention ( 394 / A (E) ) to preserve undamaged alpine landscapes .
Promoting this strong working relationship is one of Switzerland's primary objectives during its presidency of the Alpine Convention.
This is the fourth edition of the tour organised by the Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention. A small international team of journalists are crossing the Alps from Monaco to Slovenia this month.
A similar approach to the development of environmentally sensitive tourism was implemented in the European Alpine Convention which was promoted in 1991 (Alpine Convention 2008).
The third option, that of building new road tunnels in 2025-2030, is not compliant with the Alpine Convention and the policy of sustainable development.
Maribor Gymnasium is being hosted by the Youth Parliament of the Alpine Convention (YPAC).
The Council also decided to ratify (without further debate), three additional protocols to the Alpine Convention,the protocols on the protection of soils, energy and tourism.
The Council also decided to ratify (without further debate), three additional protocols to the Alpine Convention, the protocols on the protection of soils, energy and tourism.
Contract notice: 1795 / g31: technical support of the bmvi in the alpine convention for the mandates 2017/2018 and 2019/2020
The Decision on the signing of the Alpine Convention's Transport Protocol on the European Union's behalf - which the Council of Transport Ministers was due to adopt on 9 June at Luxembourg - has once again been deferred.
Sitting in plenary session in Strasbourg, the European Parliament voted on 13 June to back the signing by the European Union of additional protocols to the Alpine Convention (consultation procedure) on mountain farming, soil conservation, energy and tourism.
The Alpine Convention is an international Treaty between Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Slovenia, Switzerland and the European Union with the objective to pursue a common policy of protection of the Alps and preservation of the interests of their inhabitants.