Alpine Tourism after the Corona Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities

The project “Alpine Tourism after the Corona Crisis” adds a critical contribution to the current discourse on appropriate post-Covid recovery packages and the future development of Alpine tourism, thus laying the basis for sustainable, environmentally friendly and resilient tourism.

Clima Host II – Alpine Climate Action Competition in the Hotel and Catering Industry

The project “Clima Host” organises its second climate action competition in the Alpine region and aims to trigger emission reductions in tourist accommendations.

Alpe-Adria Clean Transport Alliance

The project “Alpe-Adria Clean Transport Alliance” enabled local and regional governments in the Alpe-Adria-Region to decarbonise their transport systems.

Event invitation “Building back better: Financing the transition towards low-carbon economy”

CIC2030 – Strategies for Financing the 2030 Targets

Invitation to an international discussion seminar „Building back better: Financing the transition towards low-carbon economy“ which will take place online on 9th December from 4 pm CET.

This report addresses which aspects of best practice in building and transport policy may be transferable to CEE countries.


ALPACA – Alpine Partnership for Local Climate Action

ALPACA – Alpine Partnership for Local Climate Action

The mountains of the Alps are threatened by climate change in various ways. This habitat is very sensitive and particularly exposed to climate changes. The EUKI financed project has helped to establish ALPACA in the Alpine region.

Conference “Alpine Partnership for Local Climate Action”

Kühre auf grüner Wiese vor Bergen

Making Climate Visions a Reality in the Alps

The conference ‘Make Climate Visions Become Reality’ in Innsbruck brought together local actors from seven Alpine countries.


Conference “Alpine Partnership for Local Climate Action”

Conference “Alpine Partnership for Local Climate Action” . The project has been completed. It brought together representatives from seven Alpine countries to work more closely together in the field of climate protection. To this end, the project has organized and carried out several conferences.

Hotel in den Alpen

Energy Management in Alpine Hotels

The conference “Energy Management in Alpine Hotels” was intended to encourage hoteliers in the Alps to implement energy management systems to gain a systematic approach on energy saving and performance improvement. It brought together stakeholders from the hospitality and other relevant sectors from all over the Alps in order to scale-up the knowledge transfer and networks initiated during previous projects.

Graue Berggipfel

Introducing the Partnership of Alpine Municipalities for More Climate Action at COP 23

Cities and municipal associations in the Alpine region are establishing a regional partnership for more climate action.