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A macro-regional strategy for the Carpathian region

12-12-2019

Encompassing regions from European Union (EU) Member States and third countries confronted with a common set of challenges, macro-regions are defined on the basis of geographical features. Whether inspired by a sense of regional identity, a desire to engage in closer cooperation or to pool resources, all macro-regional strategies share the aim of ensuring a coordinated approach to issues best addressed jointly. In spite of a broad consensus on the importance of the macro-regional strategies as a ...

Encompassing regions from European Union (EU) Member States and third countries confronted with a common set of challenges, macro-regions are defined on the basis of geographical features. Whether inspired by a sense of regional identity, a desire to engage in closer cooperation or to pool resources, all macro-regional strategies share the aim of ensuring a coordinated approach to issues best addressed jointly. In spite of a broad consensus on the importance of the macro-regional strategies as a relevant instrument for the optimal use of existing financial resources, some assessments indicate that stronger political ownership is needed. Currently the EU has four macro-regional strategies, covering the Baltic Sea region, the Danube region, the Adriatic-Ionian region and the Alpine region, which address common challenges and achieve economic, environmental, social and territorial cohesion. On occasion, calls are made to launch additional strategies, covering new geographical areas. Some Member States currently voice the need for a fifth macro-regional strategy, covering the Carpathian mountains, where the borders of many countries meet. The region suffers inherent weaknesses in fields such as transport, socio-economic development, innovation and energy supply, and needs to protect its rare and valuable natural resources and cultural heritage. The Polish government has presented a proposal for a common strategy for the Carpathian region to the European Commission, after consultation with several countries in the region. This draft plan has not yet been approved by all of the countries concerned. The Council remains open to any commonly agreed and mature initiative aimed at setting up a new macro-regional strategy; however it has not endorsed the creation of a macro-regional strategy for the Carpathian region. The Committee of the Regions explicitly supports the initiative to create an EU strategy for the Carpathian region. The European Commission and the European Parliament are more cautious when it comes to launching new strategies and suggest building on existing ones instead. This briefing has been produced at the request of a member of the European Committee of the Regions, in the framework of the Cooperation Agreement between the European Parliament and the Committee.

An agenda for the EU's mountainous regions

02-05-2016

In the May plenary session, the EP is expected to vote on a resolution that calls for an integrated policy approach to mountain areas, to allow for better consideration of their development needs.

In the May plenary session, the EP is expected to vote on a resolution that calls for an integrated policy approach to mountain areas, to allow for better consideration of their development needs.

Cohesion in Mountainous Regions of the EU

15-02-2016

Their specific potentials and opportunities of mountain areas need to be considered as much as their challenges. Mountain areas are too diverse to elaborate an integrated European strategy. However, a framework for development strategies in mountain areas can be developed, taking into account the specific challenges and importance of mountain farming, the high levels of biodiversity in mountain areas, and their specific exposure to climate change. Cohesion policy could use such a framework to better ...

Their specific potentials and opportunities of mountain areas need to be considered as much as their challenges. Mountain areas are too diverse to elaborate an integrated European strategy. However, a framework for development strategies in mountain areas can be developed, taking into account the specific challenges and importance of mountain farming, the high levels of biodiversity in mountain areas, and their specific exposure to climate change. Cohesion policy could use such a framework to better address the demographic challenges of many mountain areas and to promote their economic and social development more efficiently with an enhanced sustainable development perspective. This also presupposes more flexible multi-level governance arrangements.

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Erik Gløersen, Martin F. Price, Andreja Borec, Thomas Dax and Benito Giordano

Kako se regionalna i kohezijska politika mogu suočiti s demografskim izazovima?

16-09-2013

Ova studija daje pregled regionalnih demografskih struktura i trendova u EU-u s naglaskom na njihov mogući učinak na socijalno-gospodarsku i teritorijalnu koheziju te ulogu kohezijske politike u rješavanju demografskih promjena. Detaljno se analizira na koji način i u kojoj mjeri su se Europska kohezijska politika 2007. – 2013. i strukturni fondovi suočili s demografskim promjenama na regionalnoj razini kako bi se došlo do korisnih pokazatelja koji mogu poboljšati učinak mjera kohezijske politike ...

Ova studija daje pregled regionalnih demografskih struktura i trendova u EU-u s naglaskom na njihov mogući učinak na socijalno-gospodarsku i teritorijalnu koheziju te ulogu kohezijske politike u rješavanju demografskih promjena. Detaljno se analizira na koji način i u kojoj mjeri su se Europska kohezijska politika 2007. – 2013. i strukturni fondovi suočili s demografskim promjenama na regionalnoj razini kako bi se došlo do korisnih pokazatelja koji mogu poboljšati učinak mjera kohezijske politike u budućem programskom razdoblju (2014. – 2020.). Studija sadrži literaturu i pregled podataka o demografskim i prostornim trendovima u regijama EU-a te napretku u provedbi glavne politike; pregled programskih dokumenata kohezijske politike 2007. – 2013.; dubinsku terensku analizu deset regionalnih studija slučajeva i dobrih praksi, usporedni prikaz glavnih otkrića radi donošenja zaključaka i preporuka za politiku za programsko razdoblje 2014. – 2020.

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Project Direction: Manuela Samek Lodovici (IRS) , Operative Coordinator: Monica Patrizio (IRS) , IRS, Institute for Social research (Milan): Manuela Samek Lodovici, Claudio Calvaresi, Davide Barbieri, Sandra Naaf (Thuringia-Germany ), Monica Patrizio, Flavia Pesce (Thuringia-Germany and Basilicata-Italy), Cristina Vasilescu (Centru-Romania), Giulia Rossi (Basilicata-Italy), Gabriele Solazzi, Maria Letizia Tanturri , CSIL, Centre for Industrial Studies (Milan): Silvia Vignetti, Gelsomina Catalano (Lincolnshire-United Kingdom), Julie Pellegrin, Davide Sartori (Castilla La Mancha-Spain), Emanuela Sirtori (Province de Liège, Walloon-Belgium, Malta). PPMI, Public Policy and Management Institute (Vilnius): Brozaitis Haroldas, Krystyna Iglicka (Loer Silesian-Poland), Lisa Hörnström (Östra Mellansverige-Sweden), Repeckaitė Dovilė Žvalionytė (Lithuania)

Agriculture in the Alpine Areas of Austria and Italy

01-10-2007

Toward a European Policy for Mountain Regions

01-07-1999

To maximise the potential of the mountainous regions of Europe the framework of current European policies in this sector must be improved. The report advocates an integrated and flexible approach, making it possible to adapt to the diversity of these areas, taking account of their differing economic, environmental and sociological aspects.

To maximise the potential of the mountainous regions of Europe the framework of current European policies in this sector must be improved. The report advocates an integrated and flexible approach, making it possible to adapt to the diversity of these areas, taking account of their differing economic, environmental and sociological aspects.

Vanjski autor

International Center for Alpine Environments (ICALPE), France

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