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Basel Rhine River
  • 23.12.2019
  • Federal Department of the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications
  • Notizie

«Rhein 2040»: la Svizzera si impegna per uno sviluppo sostenibile del Reno

Alla 16a Conferenza ministeriale sul Reno, che si terrà ad Amsterdam il 13 febbraio 2020, la Svizzera negozierà con gli altri Stati rivieraschi il nuovo programma «Rhein 2040», che mira a creare un bacino idrografico del Reno gestito in modo sostenibile e in grado di resistere agli effetti dei cambiamenti climatici. Conformemente al mandato approvato il 20 dicembre 2019 dal Consiglio federale, la delegazione svizzera continuerà a impegnarsi per il ritorno del salmone in Svizzera.
IBS2019_143
  • 2019
  • Forum Biodiversità Svizzera
  • Newsletter

Information Biodiversité Suisse IBS No. 143

Seules les forêts diversifiées protègent contre les glissements
Cratschla 2/19
  • 2019
  • FOK-SNP
  • Rivista

Cratschla 2/19: Ökologie in der alpinen Zone

Die Artenzusammensetzung auf Berggipfeln verändert sich rasant. Die Verbreitung invasiver Arten und die Einflüsse des Landschaftsmanagments auf alpine Weiden machen ihrerseits die ökologischen Veränderungen sichtbar. Die soeben erschienene Herbstausgabe 2/2019 der «Cratschla» widmet den Schwerpunkt diesem Thema. Ausserdem stellt ein Artikel die Resultate des Projekts «AkIdEn» zu Akzeptanz, Engagement und Identifikation in Biosphärenreservaten vor.
From left to right: Marco Picucci, Laura Armengot, Johanna Rüegg, Gurbir Bhullar, Beate Huber, Monika Schneider
  • 09.12.2019
  • Notizie

Research award for the comparison of cultivation systems in Bolivia, India and Kenya

A long-term experiment run by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) in Bolivia, India and Kenya shows that organic farming provides several benefits for small farmers in the tropics. At the beginning of December, the Swiss Forum for International Agricultural Research (SFIAR) awarded the research prize to this experiment at ETH Zurich.
EEA (2019) The European environment — state and outlook 2020: knowledge for transition to a sustainable Europe
  • 04.12.2019
  • UFAM
  • EEA
  • Notizie

L’ambiente in Europa: stato e prospettive nel 2020

Nonostante i notevoli progressi, l’Europa deve ancora affrontare grandi sfide ambientali. Questa è la conclusione del nuovo rapporto sull’ambiente dell’Agenzia europea dell’ambiente (AEA). Rispetto ai Paesi limitrofi, la Svizzera riceve voti buoni e meno buoni, a seconda del settore ambientale.
EEA (2019) The European environment — state and outlook 2020: knowledge for transition to a sustainable Europe
  • 2019
  • EEA
  • Relazione

The European environment — state and outlook 2020

Europe will not achieve its 2030 goals without urgent action during the next 10 years to address the alarming rate of biodiversity loss, increasing impacts of climate change and the overconsumption of natural resources. The European Environment Agency’s (EEA) latest ‘State of the Environment’ report states that Europe faces environmental challenges of unprecedented scale and urgency. The report says, however, there is reason for hope, amid increased public awareness of the need to shift to a sustainable future, technological innovations, growing community initiatives and stepped up EU action like the European Green Deal.