The new thematic issue of Journal of Alpine Research/Revue de Géographie alpine, titled “Mountains and mountain Dwellers of the global South and the globalisation of tourism: imaginaries and practices, edited by Isabelle Sacareau, is now available online.
The next Forum Carpaticum will be organised 14-18 October 2018 in Eger, Hungary. Save the date!
International Workshop on Ecological Connectivity Modelling will take place in the Institute of Geography and Spatial Management at the Jagiellonian University, Poland from 6th to 9th of March 2018. The workshop will be conducted by an interdisciplinary group of scientists from research institutions all over Europe (Germany, Poland, Slovakia, and Switzerland). The …
The United Nations General Assembly designated 11 December “International Mountain Day”. The list of events and actions around the world can be found at http://www.fao.org/international-mountain-day/en/
Fall edition of the S4C Newsflash is now available online
Regional Environmental Change special issue, dedicated to mountainous areas has been recently published. The issue Current practices and challenges for modelling past and future land use and land cover changes in mountainous regions , Kozak J., Gimmi U., Houet T., Bolliger J. (eds.) is now available online.
AIM OF THE CONFERENCE is to develop creative discussion in the research of assessment of global megatrends and elimination of their negative consequences and impacts on the landscape and society. WHEN & WHERE: 17. – 19. April 2018, Smolenice Castle, Slovakia TOPICS: Mapping and assessment of ecosystem services and biodiversity …
A set of papers presented during the Forum Carpaticum 2016 conference are available online in the Annals of Forest Research.
The special issue includes a selection of papers presented at the 2016 Forum Carpaticum International Conference. The papers are available online.
The cases from the Carpathian Mountains will be presented among many examples of the social innovations in rural areas during the session entitled “Ecosystem services and the wellbeing of forest dependent communities: enhancing social innovation and building resilience to global changes in remote rural areas“, organised by S4C SSC member …