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Alpine crossing “whatsalp” successfully completed
by CIPRA International published Oct 05, 2017 last modified Feb 13, 2021 05:21 PM — filed under:
Starting 3rd of June 2017, a group of Alpine experts were hiking through Austria, Switzerland, France and Italy from Vienna to Nice in the course of the project “whatsalp”. They documented the current state of the Alps and exchanged experiences with different people on-site and on the way. Another objective was to draw a comparison with the results of the "TransALPedes”crossing of the Alps in 1992 and to take a look into the future. The main partners of the project were the International Commission for the Protection of the Alps (CIPRA) and the Swiss Alpine Initiative, in addition to numerous other partners such as the Alpine Convention, for instance. On the 29th of September 2017, the whatsalp group arrived in Nice and reported on the results.
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On foot through the Alps
by CIPRA International published Oct 20, 2016 last modified Feb 13, 2021 05:23 PM — filed under: , , ,
From June to September 2017 the “whatsalp” group of mountain enthusiasts will be crossing the Alps from east to west, documenting the changes to the Alpine regions as they go. CIPRA will be accompanying them as a project partner.
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The wandering classroom
by CIPRA International published Mar 12, 2017 last modified Feb 13, 2021 05:35 PM — filed under: , ,
Young people spend the majority of their school time indoors. The new “whatsalp youth” project moves the classroom into the mountains and learning into the great outdoors.
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Reaching a conclusion: whatsalp arrives in Nice
by CIPRA International published Oct 04, 2017 last modified Feb 13, 2021 05:21 PM — filed under: ,
After five countries, 568 hours of walking and 66,000 metres of altitude, on 29 September 2017 the “whatsalp” group arrived in Nice after a three-month trek through the Alps. The group’s conclusions were critical in nature.
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