Aύριο καλέ θα ανοίξει. Ότι και να λέμε φέτος και κρατάν τα λιφτ να δουλεύουν και ότι επιτρέπει ο καιρός το ανοίγουν και μπράβο τους. Το πρόγραμμα έχει το πρόβλημα όχι το χιονοδρομικό.
Δείτε κάμερες δουλειά που έχει πέσει. Όποιος θέλει ΧΚΠ με κλειστό Ηρακλή, Οδυσσέα, Σαχάρα και πιθανά κλειστά 6 και συνδετικό ας πάει.
Being young in a mountain area: Euromontana’s report is out!
What can we learn from this report?
First of all, European mountains are attractive to young people. They want to live there, work there, meet their friends and spend their leisure time there. This is a strong message that young people are giving us through this report and that should encourage mountain actors and policy makers to keep these regions attractive for current and future generations. Young people also want to contribute to shaping the mountains of tomorrow. They want to bring their ideas, their priorities and be heard by both decision makers and local communities. The ideal mountain for 2040 as described by young mountain people must leave room for more sustainability and more balance between territorial development and nature preservation. In addition, this report sends another strong message about access to mountain services and in particular mobility, education, and employment, which are constant across all the countries studied. If young people do not find in the mountains placesto learn, opportunities for work or efficient means of transport then many mountain regions are at risk of continued depopulation and ageing. Through this survey, the youth suggest possible approaches, such as supporting economic diversification to create new jobs and developing innovative and less expensive modes of transport. This report aimed to understand what it means to be young and live in a mountain area in 2022. Our survey across 18 countries showed the difficulties that young people face in their daily lives. However, this report also demonstrates that young people are proud of their identity as mountain people and that they have plans to achieve the ideal mountain of 2040. They want to preserve their traditions, but at the same time bring about new life. They want to put their priorities on the agenda while proposing solutions, and above all they want to associate quality of life with the protection of natural areas. It is now up to policy makers to take up these messages and take action in response to the demands of young people. European, national, regional and local decision-makers must work hand in hand to maintain the attractiveness of mountain territories in the future, including by improving access to education and employment and by pursuing greater sustainability...