Heinz Veit - Thomas Scheurer - Günter Köck (Edt.)


Forum Alpinum

Proceedings of the ForumAlpinum 2007, 18. - 21. April, Engelberg / Switzerland




ISBN 978-3-7001-3940-9
Online Edition

2007 
Open access


After Disentis (CH 1994), Chamonix (F 1996), Garmisch- Partenkirchen (D 1998), Bergamo and Castione della Presolana (I 2000), Alpbach (A 2002) and Kranjska Gora (SI 2004), the seventh ForumAlpinum was hosted again by Switzerland from April 18th - 21st, 2007. As in 1994, the Swiss venue was Engelberg, a historic location famous for its monastery. Some 230 scientists, stakeholders, politicians and interested laypeople responded to the invitation to discuss various aspects of "Landscape Development in Mountain Regions" at this year‘s ForumAlpinum, extended by the International Scientific Committee for Alpine Research Iscar, the Swiss Academy of Sciences Scnat and the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences SHS. The choice of topic was related to the Swiss national research programme "Landscapes and habitats of the Alps" (NRP 48), realized between 2001 and 2007, but to be discussed in a broader alpine and European context. Four plenary sessions dealt with "values and valuation", "transformation processes", "cooperation and decisionmaking in landscape management" and "the role of landscape in a changing society". The plenary sessions with talks by various speakers were complemented by thirteen workshops, a poster presentation, four project & programme fairs, film presentations and two excursions. Participants and invited guests spent the official evening on the Titlis (3020 m asl), an impressive peak on which Edwin Bernbaum, Head of the Sacred Mountains Programme of The Mountain Institute, Berkeley, USA, enhanced our awareness of sacred mountains around the world. These proceedings summarize the results of the 7th ForumAlpinum. I trust that issues addressed at Engelberg will encourage further research and programmes to provide our society with greater knowledge in managing mountain landscape as a cultural heritage and resource for development. The next ForumAlpinum will be integrated into Alpweek 2008 and focus on innovation processes in the Alps. Alpweek 2008 will be held from June 11th - 14st, 2008 at L‘Argentière-la Bessée, France, in the south-western Alps.

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Heinz Veit - Thomas Scheurer - Günter Köck (Edt.)


Forum Alpinum

Proceedings of the ForumAlpinum 2007, 18. - 21. April, Engelberg / Switzerland




ISBN 978-3-7001-3940-9
Online Edition

2007 
Open access

Heinz Veit,
University of Berne
Thomas Scheurer,
ICAS/ICAR
Günter Köck,
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Massimo Pecci,
IMONT
Hannelore Weck-Hannemann,
Universität Innsbruck
François Walter,
Université de Genève
Marcel Hunziker,
Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL
Gerald J. Pruckner,
Universität Linz
Mario Panizza,
Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia
Norman Backhaus,
Universität Zürich
Matthias Stremlow,
Federal Office for the Environment FOEN
Adrienne Grêt-Regamey,
ETH Zürich
Anne Sgard,
Institut de Géographie Alpine Grenoble
Isolde Hausner,
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Emmanuel Reynard,
Université de Lausanne
Mojca Golobiè,
Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia
Jean-Jacques Brun,
Cemagref
Ulrike Tappeiner,
University of Innsbruck
Felix Kienast,
Swiss Federal Research Institue
Janine Bolliger,
Swiss Federal Research Institute
Nathalie Bertrand,
Cemagref
Sylvie Vanpeene,
Cemagref
Didier Vancutsem,
Isocarp
Manfred Perlik,
ETH Zürich
Jürg Stöcklin,
Universität Basel
Thomas Probst,
Alpenforschungsinstitut Garmisch:Partenkirchen
Jacek Kozak,
Jagiellonian University
Franci Petek,
Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Art
Christine Alewell,
Universität Basel
Eva Spehn,
Universität Basel
Sandra Luque,
Cemagref
Norbert Weixlbaumer,
Universität Wien
Georg Wiesinger,
Bundesanstalt für Bergbauernfragen
Martin Coy,
Universität Innsbruck
Marc Zebisch,
European Academy Bozen/Bolzano
Manuela Hirschmugl,
Joanneum Research
Johannes Heeb,
seecon international
Eckart Lange,
University of Sheffield
Benedetta Castiglioni,
Università di Padova
Massimo De Marchi,
Università di Padova
Harald Egerer,
United Nations Environment Programme
Hans Karl Wytrzens,
Universität für Bodenkultur BOKU
Bernard Debarbieux,
Université de Genève
Bernard Lehmann,
ETH Zürich
Norbert Kräuchi,
Swiss Federal Institute for Forest
Katharina Helming,
Leibniz:Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research ZALF
Axel Borsdorf,
Leopold:Franzens:Universität Innsbruck
Astrid Björnsen Gurung,
The Mountain Research Initiative MRI
Lisa Bose,
Swiss Biodiversity Forum
Silvia Jost,
Swiss Federal Office for Spatial Development ARE
Magali Kirchgesser
Joint Technical Scretariat Interreg IIIB Alpine Space Programme

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After Disentis (CH 1994), Chamonix (F 1996), Garmisch- Partenkirchen (D 1998), Bergamo and Castione della Presolana (I 2000), Alpbach (A 2002) and Kranjska Gora (SI 2004), the seventh ForumAlpinum was hosted again by Switzerland from April 18th - 21st, 2007. As in 1994, the Swiss venue was Engelberg, a historic location famous for its monastery. Some 230 scientists, stakeholders, politicians and interested laypeople responded to the invitation to discuss various aspects of "Landscape Development in Mountain Regions" at this year‘s ForumAlpinum, extended by the International Scientific Committee for Alpine Research Iscar, the Swiss Academy of Sciences Scnat and the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences SHS. The choice of topic was related to the Swiss national research programme "Landscapes and habitats of the Alps" (NRP 48), realized between 2001 and 2007, but to be discussed in a broader alpine and European context. Four plenary sessions dealt with "values and valuation", "transformation processes", "cooperation and decisionmaking in landscape management" and "the role of landscape in a changing society". The plenary sessions with talks by various speakers were complemented by thirteen workshops, a poster presentation, four project & programme fairs, film presentations and two excursions. Participants and invited guests spent the official evening on the Titlis (3020 m asl), an impressive peak on which Edwin Bernbaum, Head of the Sacred Mountains Programme of The Mountain Institute, Berkeley, USA, enhanced our awareness of sacred mountains around the world. These proceedings summarize the results of the 7th ForumAlpinum. I trust that issues addressed at Engelberg will encourage further research and programmes to provide our society with greater knowledge in managing mountain landscape as a cultural heritage and resource for development. The next ForumAlpinum will be integrated into Alpweek 2008 and focus on innovation processes in the Alps. Alpweek 2008 will be held from June 11th - 14st, 2008 at L‘Argentière-la Bessée, France, in the south-western Alps.



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Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
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