This final report summarizes the outcomes of the Smart Altitude project. The Smart Altitude project ran from June 2018 to April 2021 and was carried out by ten partners from six different countries in the Alpine Space (Austria, France, Italy, Germany, Slovenia, and Switzerland). The project was co-financed by the European Union via Interreg Alpine Space. The aim of the project was to enable and accelerate the implementation of low-carbon policies in winter tourism regions by demonstrating the efficiency of a step-by-step decision support tool for energy transition in four Living Labs. The project targeted policymakers, ski resort operators, investors, tourism and entrepreneurship organizations. The Smart Altitude approach was designed to ensure suitability across the Alpine Space, thereby fostering its replication and uptake in other winter tourism regions and thus increasing the resilience of mountain areas. [ISBN 978-3-7001-8900-8]

Smart Altitude: A low-carbon, high-impact and resilient future for Alpine winter tourism territories / A. Polderman, A. Haller, D. Viesi, C. Pellegrini, X. Tabin, C. Cervigni, S. Sala, A. Giorgi, B. Trebušak, Q. Daragon, D. Ramette, Y. Bidault. - Ebook. - [s.l] : EPUB.OEAW Austrian Academy of Sciences, 2021 Apr 08. [10.1553/smart-altitude]

Smart Altitude: A low-carbon, high-impact and resilient future for Alpine winter tourism territories.

Sala, Stefano;Giorgi, Anna;
2021-04-08

Abstract

This final report summarizes the outcomes of the Smart Altitude project. The Smart Altitude project ran from June 2018 to April 2021 and was carried out by ten partners from six different countries in the Alpine Space (Austria, France, Italy, Germany, Slovenia, and Switzerland). The project was co-financed by the European Union via Interreg Alpine Space. The aim of the project was to enable and accelerate the implementation of low-carbon policies in winter tourism regions by demonstrating the efficiency of a step-by-step decision support tool for energy transition in four Living Labs. The project targeted policymakers, ski resort operators, investors, tourism and entrepreneurship organizations. The Smart Altitude approach was designed to ensure suitability across the Alpine Space, thereby fostering its replication and uptake in other winter tourism regions and thus increasing the resilience of mountain areas. [ISBN 978-3-7001-8900-8]
winter tourism; low carbon policies; tourism; renewable energy; low carbon economy;
Settore BIO/03 - Botanica Ambientale e Applicata
Fondazione Bruno Kessler
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Trentino Sviluppo
Steinbeis 2i
https://doi.org/10.1553/smart-altitude
GESDIMONT - Centro Interdipartimentale di Studi Applicati per la Gestione Sostenibile e la Difesa della Montagna
Working Paper
Smart Altitude: A low-carbon, high-impact and resilient future for Alpine winter tourism territories / A. Polderman, A. Haller, D. Viesi, C. Pellegrini, X. Tabin, C. Cervigni, S. Sala, A. Giorgi, B. Trebušak, Q. Daragon, D. Ramette, Y. Bidault. - Ebook. - [s.l] : EPUB.OEAW Austrian Academy of Sciences, 2021 Apr 08. [10.1553/smart-altitude]
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