AG5 Intermediate report

Publications

Papers, studies, articles and interesting contributions about the Alpine Region

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AG5 Intermediate report

Carlo Vigna, Thomas Egger
3rd Dec 2019

The action plan for the macroregional strategy for the alpine region EUSALP was formally adopted in July 2015. The strategy relies on four pillars (economy, accessibility, resources and governance) which are put into practise through the work of nine action groups. The action groups started their work in 2016 and are financed through an Alpine space program project called AlpGov.
Action Group 5 is co-lead by the Autonomous Region Valle d’Aosta and the Swiss Centre for mountain regions SAB. AG5 formally started its work in March 2016. After three years and in view of the upcoming AlpGov II – project it is time to summarize where AG5 stands and where it intends to go to. The present report will therefore summarize the main achievements of AG5 in the period 2016 to 2019 and give an outlook on upcoming activities.

Other publications

Survey on Smart Villages and Smart Regions in the Alpine area

Action Group 5
18th Mar 2021

Smart Villages Policies: Past, Present and Future

Action Group 5
Simona Stojanova, Gianluca Lentini, Peter Niederer, Thomas Egger, Nina Cvar, Andrej Kos and Emilija Stojmenova Duh
5th Feb 2021

Improving the accessibility to Services of General Interest through new digital opportunities, especially 5G - Collection of good practises

Action Group 5
5th Feb 2021

Smart SMEs - Regional case study on the wood value chain in canton Valais

Action Group 5
Thomas Kadelbach and Peter Niederer
5th Feb 2021

Smart SMEs - Etude de cas régionale concernant la filiere du bois en Valais

Action Group 5
Thomas Kadelbach and Peter Niederer
5th Feb 2021