New EU forest strategy for 2030: To improve the quantity and quality of EU forests Forests are essential for our health and wellbeing, and the health of the planet. They are rich in biodiversity and
E-Paths are the European long distance trails which link the countries from North Cape to Crete and from the Atlantic Ocean to the Carpathians and the Black Sea. There are 12 E-Paths, bearing the name
As suggested during the EUMA GA in Skopje under the point “Best practice sharing”, Ingrid Hayek arranged for an online meeting/tutorial session with Kalle Nilvér to learn about the website www.goclimate.com. You are invited to
Revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EU public consultation) This EU public consultation aims to seek views from different stakeholders and citizens on the improvements to be made to the Energy Performance of
In our letter of February 2, 2021, we invited you to the EUMA GA2021 in Prague on June 5, 2021. We also pointed out that motions to the GA must be submitted by April 5,2021.
Under the European Green Deal, the European Commission has announced a new EU forest strategy that will build on its biodiversity strategy, cover the whole forest cycle and promote the many services forests provide. The
The 6th edition of the Tenerife Walking Festival starts off from March 12 to 19 in a novel format and will continue being a reference hiking event in all over Europe. This meeting welcomes hikers and professionals
International Mountain Day – December 11, 2020 Appeal by the EUMA (European-Mountaineers) We love the mountains – AND we respect the mountains, especially in times of Covid 19 and climate change! Winter mountaineering and ski
EUMA has become full member of the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) EEB is the largest network of environmental organisations in Europe. There are over 160 members in more than 35 countries. EEB is advocating sustainable
Rural areas are very important for mountaineering community because we perform a wide range of our activities there and we have a lot of our mountaineering infrastructure (paths/trails, huts and climbing areas) is rural areas.