Smart Living in Mountain Villages
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At: GLOMOS United Nations International Workshop "Global Mountain Safeguard Research" ; Bolzano/Bozen ; 18/10/2018 ; Mountain regions are vulnerable and fragile social-ecological systems. They have to be attentive to anticipate and adapt to the consequences of a variety of external and internal drivers, ranging from natural risks to socio-demographic and economic changes, which are directly or indirectly affecting people’s living standards and the development of rural mountain areas. Against this background, the WG “Mountain livelihood and Sustainable Development” aims at discussing how to increase the quality of life for the people living in mountain regions. In the WG we will seek for new progressive pathways that can be adapted or can substitute traditional structures/systems and help creating a new vision for a “smart living in mountain villages”, which considers a balanced interrelation between economic performance, social inclusion and resilient environment.
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