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CONVEGNO INTERNAZIONALE

Eurac Convention Center

Bolzano/Bozen – Italy

6-8 Novembre 2014


Come cambiano le Alpi?

Verso quali direzioni si muovono e con chi sono connesse?

Che cosa accade e si percepisce nei territori alpini prima che in altri territori?

 

Il convegno 2014 di Rete Montagna “Le Alpi in movimento” si pone l’obiettivo di essere nel contempo una piattaforma di scambio dei risultati di ricerca e di esperienze e un’occasione per discutere sulle prospettive dello sviluppo futuro del territorio alpino. Come tale vuole mettere a fuoco e ripensare la posizione e il ruolo strategico della catena alpina, intesa come campo di ricerca e sperimentazione continua di pratiche, modelli e stili di vita sostenibili. La chiave di lettura sarà il movimento – l’azione del muovere e del muoversi – inteso sia come cambiamento nel tempo, sia come direzione verso cui procedere.

I partecipanti si confronteranno su tre macro temi: “Alpine Economies”, “Ecosystem Services Adptation and Landscape Changes” e “Cultural Resources and Lifestyle Changes”- e su due temi trasversali: le relazioni fra le Alpi e i territori circostanti e le attuali dinamiche urbano-rurali che interessano l’arco alpino.


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alps-in-movement

CONVEGNO INTERNAZIONALE

Eurac Convention Center

Bolzano/Bozen – Italy

6-8 Novembre 2014


Wie verändern sich die Alpen?

In welche Richtung entwickeln sie sich und in welchen Zusammenhängen stehen sie?

Was passiert in den Alpen bevor es woanders geschieht?

Die Tagung des Netzwerks Rete Montagna 2014 „Die Alpen in Bewegung“ möchte eine Plattform für den Austausch von Forschungsergebnissen und Erfahrungen sowie eine Möglichkeit für Diskussionen rund um die zukünftige Entwicklung des Alpenraums sein. Im Fokus der Überlegungen steht daher die strategische Rolle des Alpenbogens als kontinuierliches Forschungsfeld für nachhaltige Prozesse und Lebensformen. Als Schlüssel zum Verständnis dient die Bewegung, sei es des Bewegens oder des Bewegtwerdens, sowohl in zeitlicher als auch räumlicher Dimension.

Die Teilnehmer/innen werden sich mit drei großen Themen befassen: „Alpine Wirtschaft“, „Ökosystemdienstleistungen und Landschaftswandel“ sowie „Kulturelle Ressourcen und Lifestyle-Änderungen“. Darüber hinaus widmet sich die Tagung auch zwei transversalen Themen –  der Beziehung zwischen den Alpen und den umliegenden Regionen sowie den aktuellen Dynamiken im Spannungsfeld von  Stadt und ländlichen Regionen.


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SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE


Ester Cason Angelini (Fondazione G. Angelini, Belluno)

Benedetta Castiglioni (Università di Padova)

Viviana Ferrario (Università IUAV, Venezia)

Andrea Omizzolo (Eurac, Bolzano)

Mauro Pascolini (Università di Udine)

Sebastiano Parmegiani (SAF, Società Alpina Friulana)

Davide Pettenella (Università di Padova)

Roland Psenner (Universität Innsbruck)

Gerhard Rampl (Universität Innsbruck)

Thomas Streifeneder (Eurac, Bolzano)

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IMPORTANT DATES  (GMT+1)

Dates Notes
3rd Feb 2014 Open submission of abstracts
3rd May 2014 Deadline for submission of abstracts
3rd Jun 2014 Notification of Acceptance/Decline
3rd Jul 2014 Draft Program
3rd Aug 2014 Open online registration
3rd Oct 2014 Deadline for submission of Papers/Posters
10th Oct 2014 Program for the congress book
1st Nov 2014 Deadline for online registration
6th Nov 2014 Opening Ceremony

alps-in-movement

CONVEGNO INTERNAZIONALE

Eurac Convention Center

Bolzano/Bozen – Italy

6-8 Novembre 2014


How do the Alps change?

Which direction do they move in and with whom are they connected to?

What happens and is perceived in the Alpine territories before in other areas?

The 2014 Alpine Network Conference “The Alps in movement” aims to be both a platform for  the  exchange  of  research  results  and  experiences  and  an  opportunity  to  discuss  the  prospects  of  future  Alpine  region  development.  As  such,  we  want  to  focus  on  and reevaluate  the  position  and  strategic  role  of  the  Alps  as  a  field  for  research  and  experimentation, which tests practices, patterns and sustainable lifestyles. The key will be movement  as  change  over  time,  as  a  movement  of  people,  natural  features,  resources,  ideas and a direction in which to proceed. The participants will discuss three main themes, “Alpine  Economies”,  “Ecosystem  Services  &  Adaptation”  and  “Cultural  Resources  and  Lifestyle Changes”. Additionally, intersecting themes to be examined are the relationships between the Alps and their neighbors and the current urban-­‐rural dynamics affecting the Alps.


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alps-in-movement

CONVEGNO INTERNAZIONALE

Eurac Convention Center

Bolzano/Bozen – Italy

6-8 Novembre 2014


How do the Alps change?

Which direction do they move in and with whom are they connected to?

What happens and is perceived in the Alpine territories before in other areas?

The 2014 Alpine Network Conference “The Alps in movement” aims to be both a platform for  the  exchange  of  research  results  and  experiences  and  an  opportunity  to  discuss  the  prospects  of  future  Alpine  region  development.  As  such,  we  want  to  focus  on  and reevaluate  the  position  and  strategic  role  of  the  Alps  as  a  field  for  research  and  experimentation, which tests practices, patterns and sustainable lifestyles. The key will be movement  as  change  over  time,  as  a  movement  of  people,  natural  features,  resources,  ideas and a direction in which to proceed. The participants will discuss three main themes, “Alpine  Economies”,  “Ecosystem  Services  &  Adaptation”  and  “Cultural  Resources  and  Lifestyle Changes”. Additionally, intersecting themes to be examined are the relationships between the Alps and their neighbors and the current urban-­‐rural dynamics affecting the Alps.


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