Local endogenous development
and urban regeneration of small alpine towns




  • AlpCity Lead Partner
    Regional Budget Planning and Statistics
    v. Lagrange 24 - 10123 Torino (Italy)
    tel. +39 011 432 4662/5915
  • Osservatorio Città Sostenibili
    DITER - Politecnico e Università di Torino
    v. Mattioli 39 - 10125 Torino (Italy)
    tel. +39 011 564 7489

Link: Alpine City Networks
The Alpine Alliance is a network made up of about 190 boroughs in the alpine area, founded with the objective of implementing the Alpine Convention.
The Alpine Network of Protected Areas: a network of reservations in the Alpine area, in accordance with the Alpine Convention.
Information service for the Alps.
CIPRA International, the International Commission for the Protection of the Alps, is a non-government organisation with its headquarters at Schaan in Liechtenstein, which is made up of CIPRA representatives from the seven states with Alpine borders.
Site dedicated to the Alpine Convention. This is a convention which aims to safeguard the natural ecosystem of the Alps and promote sustainable development.
Aims to underline the value and increase knowledge of historical centers and culturally-important landscapes, as part of the Interreg III B Alpine Space Programme.
Espaces Transfrontaliers is part of the Mission Opérationelle Transfrontalière, which was founded in response to the need to form a network between the services concerned with sustainable development in European trans-frontieral areas, an issue which has become more apparent than ever during the Interreg III.
Interact, part of the Communitary Interreg initiative, is an information and communication network which promotes the circulation and exchange of experiences and skills, in order to heighten the efficacy of Interreg III during the project's implementation stage.