The 100 Yoalin-travellers are on the road and travelling the Alps! Follow them on the Instamap, read about the Yoalin-challenges and some helpful tipps for sustainable travelling. If you have any questions in the meantime, please check the FAQs or contact us!

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Closing Ceremony
Closing Ceremony

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So you travelled through the Alps. Want to share your experiences and meet other Yoalins (again)?

Let us meet in Bern on 27. September at a final event! More information: yoalin.org/closing-event-2/
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We had so much fun with participants in the Kick-off meeting, we are really looking forward to seeing you on the final event! Here are some pictures from the treasure hunt in Feldkirch, Austria. ... See MoreSee Less

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The mobility of goods and persons is a key area of the social and economic development. The inhabitants of the central and peripheral Alpine regions also benefit from improved accessibility. The consequences of increasing traffic are much greater than in the lowlands. Pollutants and noise potentiate their effect in narrow valleys. One part of the solution? Choose sustainable means of transport! Thank you dear Yoalins for choosing the train! ... See MoreSee Less

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Alpine Convention is a binding treaty under international law. It connects all Alpine countries (Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Slovenia and Switzerland) with aim of protection and sustainable development of the Alps. Concrete steps are set in Protocols, divided by topics as: spatial planning and sustainable development, nature protection and landscape conservation, mountain farming, mountain forests, tourism, energy, soil conservation, transport and solution of litigations. Different working groups are establiched according to the current needs. Their responsibility consists of studying ongoing processes, developing recommendations and implementing instruments. They are usually set for a two-year term and may work in subgroups for specific topics. ... See MoreSee Less

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Impressions from Yoalin 2018

A project of the CIPRA Youth Council & CIPRA International

Promoted by: signatory States of the Alpine Convention

Financial support: Swiss Federal Office for Spatial Development, RHW foundation, Austrian Ministry for Sustainability and Tourism, Liechtenstein Office for Environment, German Ministry for Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety