The demonstration event of the LIFE Pastoralp project took place on 7 October at the Parc National des Ecrins. Participants were able to discover: the mountain pasture “alpage of Crouzet-Les Lauzes”; the results of vegetation studies and the evolution of the vegetation according to the practices and the climate change; the studies on phenology with
We announce the demonstration event of the actions carried out by LIFE Pastoralp project: it will take place on Thursday, the 7th of October, at the Crouzet-Les Lauzes mountain pasture in l’Argentière-la-Bessée in the Parc National des Ecrins. During the event, the team will show the pasture and share the results of periodic research –
“The tempo of greening in the European Alps: Spatial variations on a common theme” is the title of an article published in the journal Global Change Biology, which reports the results obtained thanks to the work carried out by the LIFE Pastoralp project. The authors of the article are Philippe Choler, Arthur Bayle, Bradley Z.
Pastoralp project has been included among the good practices of the SNPA report on climate change impact indicators
The 2021 edition of the Report on the impact indicators of climate change of the SNPA (National System for the Protection of the Environment) was presented today, 30 June 2021. The main objective of the Report was to identify, systematize and populate – for the first time in Italy – the indicators available at national
Today, May 26, 2021, Camilla Dibari participated at the China-EU Expert Dialogue on “Improve Joint Monitoring and Modeling between Biodiversity Conversation and Climate Action”, an event organized by the Delegation of the European Union to the People’s Republic of China. In her speech, entitled “Reducing the Vulnerability of Alpine Pastures: the PASTORALP LIFE Project”, Dibari
In April 2021, the LIFE project OREKA MENDIAN published a booklet of good practices showcasing 31 inspiring examples for the sustainable management of mountain grasslands gathered across 18 European countries. These good practices will inspire farmers, breeders and other local actors to increase the biodiversity of mountain grasslands, tackled climate change impacts and better market
PASTUCAR is a dissemination project aimed at transferring and unify the knowledge derived from the work of experts, farmers and managers of the agro-livestock sector on good management practices that promote the preservation and accumulation of carbon in pastures, as well as soil fertility, biodiversity conservation and mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions, encouraging more productive
Yesterday the Aosta edition of the newspaper La Stampa published an article dedicated to our project.The article is entitled “La salute dei pascoli alpini si monitora dallo spazio con l’intelligenza artificiale” (The health of alpine pastures is monitored from space using artificial intelligence) and tells how we use satellite images to effectively map the types
On Thursday 8 October, in Grenoble, Camilla Dibari presented our project in the workshop “Les Alpes et l’elevage pastoral, Laboratories de transition”, within the Assises Euro-Alpines du Pastoralisme. The title of the speech was: “Projet Life Pastoralp Vulnérabilité des pâturages et stratégies d’adaptation aux impacts du changement climatique dans les Alpes, Parc National du Grand
From the 6th to the 8th of July the project team has been busy in Noasca for the action C.6 (Feasible adaptation strategies: identification and test on pilot areas). Together with the project members of Gran Paradiso National park, two pastures areas boarding with larch (Larix decidua) an European ash (Fraxinus excelsior) woods were visited.