ALPBIONET2030

Integrative Alpine wildlife and habitat management for the next generation

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  • Project duration: October 2016 - December 2019
  • Project status:
    Finished
  • Funding:
    Alpine Space 2014-2020 (EUTC /EU funding /Project)
  • Total project budget: €2,880,294.85

Ecological connectivity is the basis of Alpine and global habitat and species protection. However, with the fact of different regions having different tools to measure and improve biodiversity, it becomes a main issue to realize an integrative concept for the protection of ecosystems and biodiversity within the Alps, a beautiful and unique European landscape rich in valuable habitats and structures, but endangered by over-exploitation and development. The overall objective is to consolidate and enhance transnational cooperation in the field of nature conservation while providing a harmonized concept of preserving natural habitats and common planning tools to realize a high level of ecological connectivity for biodiversity conservation.

Publications
[Doppione] ALPBIONET2030: Integrative Alpine wildlife and habitat management for the next generation: Spatial analysis and perspectives of (ecological) connectivity in the wider Alpine areas
Plassmann G, Kohle Y, Badura M, Lüthi R, Kahlen J, Favilli F, De Bortoli I, Nitsch C, Jurgeit F, Klar C, Guitteny M, Santi S, Lüthi R, Costes G (2019)
Contribution in book
ALPBIONET2030: Integrative Alpine wildlife and habitat management for the next generation; Spatial analysis and perspectives of (ecological) connectivity in the wider Alpine areas

More information: https://www.alpine-space.eu/projects/alpbionet2030/en/projec ...

https://doi.org/979-10-94590-45-4

Conflict Prevention and Management Toolkit for The Ecological Connectivity in The Alps
De Bortoli I, Favilli F, Maino F (2019)
Journal article
International Journal of Environmental Research and Technology

More information: http://www.antjournals.org/index.php/ijerat/article/view/373 ...

http://hdl.handle.net/10863/12041

Limits and conflicts as opportunities in the framework of ALPBIONET2030 project
Maino F, Favilli F, De Bortoli I, Omizzolo A, Schwingshackl F (2019)
Presentation/Speech

Conference: International Mountain Conference | Innsbruck | 8.9.2019 - 12.9.2019

https://hdl.handle.net/10863/12798

Limits and conflicts as opportunities in the framework of ALPBIONET2030 project
Maino F, Favilli F, De Bortoli I, Omizzolo A, Schwingshackl F (2019)
Presentation/Speech

Conference: International Mountain Conference | Innsbruck | 8.9.2019 - 12.9.2019

https://hdl.handle.net/10863/12198

Public Dossier: Il Lupo in Alto Adige
Favilli, F (2017)
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