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Projets sur des thèmes analogues (programme Espace Alpin et autres)

  • 4Biomass (en) The Project 4Biomass fosters usage of bioenergy throughout Central Europe (CE) via turning know-how to show-how. The project contributes to …
    sustainable exploitation of biomass in two ways: 1.The exchange of best practice concerning technology, demonstration projects and management approaches throughout CE will contribute to territorial cohesion. It will provide an equal level of knowledge regarding available technologies, investment possibilities and operation of bioenergy systems. 2.Direct support to regional stakeholders by turning know-how to show-how (workshops, project develop­ment, field trips). A Joint Management Tool consisting of a databank will pool information on CE demonstration projects and best practise. It will help stakeholders to find tailor-made solutions for investments in bioenergy plants, and for their operation.
  • AIM Alpine Space in Movement (en) The project Alpine space In Movement (AIM) aims at becoming a “megaphone”… 
    of the Alpine Space Programme (ASP) projects active in the field of water & renewable energy. AIM will capitalise on the achievements of the numerous ASP projects dedicated to the promotion of energy production from renewables and on the optimization of water resource exploitation. The importance of the issue was highlighted  by the EU directive on renewable energy sources (RES-E Directive) and by the EU Water Framework Directive. AIM will focus more specifically on the hydropower generation and the preservation of natural ecosystems. Indeed while hydropower is the most important renewable energy in the alpine areas, it can also negatively impact the environment. Specific dissemination actions (seminars involving key stakeholders of target groups, web communication, publications, etc.) are foreseen and will address in priority  the relevant  actors at EU, national and regional policy level.
  • AlpStore (fr, en, de, it, sl) Sun, water and biomass are a natural capital of the Alpine Space. It is a must to …
    use them for the production of energy. Besides intelligent grids, storage systems will be key enablers for a future mostly renewable energy supply. Partners in seven countries create master plans for the deployment of storages. Pilot tests will show the feasibility of mobile and stationary storage in public infrastructure, business parks, enterprises and smart homes. From there guidelines for planners and decision makers will be derived.
  • Alpwaterscarce – Water Management Strategies against Water Scarcity in the Alps (fr, en, de, it, sl) Alp-Water-Scarce est un projet européen financé par le programme européen …
    de coopération transnationale Espace Alpin 2007-2013. Il a démarré le 1er Octobre 2008 et s’est terminé le 30 Septembre 2011. Son objectif était de développer des stratégies de gestion des ressources hydriques et un système d’alerte précoce pour lutter contre les pénuries d’eau dans les Alpes.
  • ARANGE – Advanced multifunctional forest management in European mountain ranges (en) Mountain ecosystems can only continue to provide all ecosystem services in a rapidly changing world if …
    a wide array of these services is considered in forest management. The ARANGE project builds on seven case study regions throughout Europe. It seeks to develop and evaluate strategies for their multifunctional management considering risks and uncertainty due to changing climatic and socio-economic conditions. The project addresses four main ecosystem services: timber production, protection against gravitational natural hazards, the role of forests in climate change mitigation via carbon sequestration as well as bioenergy production, and nature conservation and the maintenance of biodiversity. The FP7 project lasts until February 2014.
  • CEP-REC – Regional Energy Concepts in Central Europe Programme (en) The project CEP-REC has the aim to support the use of renewable energy sources…
    and increase energy efficiency in Central Europe. As the use of renewable energy sources has to be implemented mainly on the regional level, the regions are key actors in this development. Regional Energy Concepts bring many chances for a good development of renewable energies and energy efficiency. Within the project CEP-REC project Regional Energy Concepts will be elaborated for nine pilot regions in the eight countries from the Central Europe Programme.
  • CH2OICE – Certification for HydrO: Improving Clean Energy (en) Being a site-specific technology, the environmental impact of hydropower on …
    fluvial ecosystems can vary greatly from plant to plant. How can this impact be reduced and the most environmentally friendly hydro-energy be supported and recognized by final consumers? This is what the CH2OICE project is about: defining and testing an agreed methodology for volunteer labelling of hydropower production of highest environmental standard. The CH2OICE project ended in 2011.
  • Coach Bio Energy – Strengthening the energy use of biomass in Central and Eastern Europe by establishing a standardised transnational consulting net for regions (en, de) Coach BioEnergy is a European project funded by the Central Europe programme which aims at promoting the sustainable use of biomass …
    in the Central European Region. 18 different organisations from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Germany and Austria – supported by two Ukrainian institutions – work together during the 36-month-project to develop and gather the most recent research results concerning the environmental, economic and social aspects of biomass utilisation.
  • ECONNECT – Restoring the Web of Life (fr, en, de, it, sl) Le projet ECONNECT visait à accroître la connectivité écologique dans les Alpes. Il a démontré …
    la nécessité de la connectivité dans la région alpine et a exploré les meilleures hypothèses afin d’assurer une action coordonnée. En plus, il a développé des systèmes innovants destinés à favoriser la connectivité écologique. L’outil de visualisation en ligne du potentiel de connectivité écologique « JECAMI » sera utilisé et développé dans le cadre du projet recharge.green. ECONNECT s’est achevé en novembre 2011.
  • EnerAlp (en, de) The G08 EnerAlp project aims at a contribution to regional adaptation processes to …
    global change phenomena. The methodical development, standardization and implementation of a spatial-energy-potential-analysis for various energy sources marks an innovation of this project. An emphasis lies on participation and collaboration of local stakeholders.
  • greenAlps (en) greenAlps reprend et valorise les résultats de projets européens en cours ou déjà achevés, pour les rendre accessibles aux acteurs clés et décideurs …
    au niveau local, régional, national et international, et afin d’améliorer les conditions cadres pour une politique européenne efficace et soutenable de conservation de la nature dans les Alpes.
  • renerfor (fr, it) Initiatives de coopération pour le développement des sources d’énergie renouvelables dans les Alpes occidentales (bois et eau), la maîtrise de l’énergie et la réduction des émissions de gaz à effet de serre.
  • SHARE – Hydroélectricité intégrée aux rivières alpines (fr, en, de, it, sl) SHARE a pour objectif de développer, tester et promouvoir un outil d’aide à la décision pour …
    associer de façon impartiale les besoins des écosystèmes de rivières et de l’hydroélectricité. Le projet vise ouvertement à faciliter une gestion intégrée des rivières. Le projet Espace Alpin a pris sa fin en juillet 2012.
  • Ressources hydrologiques durablement garanties (fr, en, de) Afin de pouvoir prendre les mesures nécessaires à la garantie de la ressource eau en temps voulu, le projet vise à …
    mettre à la disposition de décideurs au sein des autorités politiques et administratives des bases scientifiques. Il prend en compte toute la chaîne d’approvisionnement en eau, à l’exemple du Rhône dans le Haut-Valais. Les conditions politiques générales de portée nationale et internationale, ainsi que leurs influences sur l’exploitation seront prises en compte, tout comme les modifications résultant du changement climatique.

Informations de fond

Évaluation des écosystèmes

  • Common International Classification of Ecosystem Services (en) The Common International Classification of Ecosystem Services has been developed from the work on environmental accounting…
    undertaken by the European Environment Agency. It supports their contribution to the revision of the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting which is currently being led by the United Nations Statistical Division. The idea of a common international classification is an important one, because it was recognised that if ecosystem accounting methods were to be developed and comparisons made, then some standardisation in the way we describe ecosystem services was needed. Standardisation was seen as especially important where the link to economic accounting has to be made.
  • Ecometrica blog – Assets and liabilities in natural capital accounting (en) Blog post by David Jarret, October 2012
  • Ecosystem valuation (en) The website describes how economists value the beneficial ways that …
    ecosystems affect people – ecosystem valuation. It is designed for non-economists who need answers to questions about the benefits of ecosystem conservation, preservation or restoration. It provides a clear, non-technical explanation of ecosystem valuation concepts, methods, and applications.
  • The Natural Capital Initiative (en) (NCI) is a leading UK forum bringing together scientists, policy-makers, business, industry and others, …
    to discuss how the ecosystem approach might be implemented in practice. The NCI achieves this through organising workshops, debates and seminars, and communicating the findings through reports, briefing notes and direct engagement.

Énergies renouvelables et services cartographiques

  • Energy atlas Bavaria 2.0 (de) Including inventory and potential maps on renewable energies in Bavaria
  • Energy potential maps for the Swiss cantons Appenzell and St. Gallen (de) E.g. maps for the potential of energy from wood and solar. To view the maps, …
    click on « darstellen » (top left) and then « Ver- und Entsorgung » (left).
  • Global Atlas for Solar & Wind (en) The Global Atlas is the comprehensive information platform on the potential of renewable energy. It provides …
    resource maps from leading technical institutes worldwide and tools for evaluating the technical potential of renewable energies. It can function as a catalyst for policy development and energy planning, and can support investors in entering renewable energy markets.
  • JECAMI (en) The JECAMI-Webservice (Joint Ecological Continuum Analysing and Mapping Initiative – Webservices) is an online tool which …
    has been developed in the framework of the ECONNECT project to visualize ecological connectivity in the Alps. It is composed of the CSI-Service (Continuum-Suitability-Index), the SMA-Service (Species Mapping Application) and the PAM-Service (Priority Areas Mapping).
  • Renewable Liechtenstein – comparable maps on scenarios of energy self supply (de) This project in the principality of Liechtenstein focusses on spatial explicit modelling of …
    potential-scenarios on renewable energy production, but also spatial explicit scenarios of energy consumption. By using the drop-down menu and the split screen you can compare different scenarios or compare energy production and demand on the scale of cadastral parcels.
  • Renewalbe Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (en)
    REN21 is a global renewable energy policy multi-stakeholder network that connects a wide range of key actors from governments, …
    international organisations, industry associations, science and academia as well as civil society to facilitate knowledge exchange, policy development and joint action towards a rapid global transition to renewable energy.

Organisations non gouvernementales

  • Branché solaire (fr, de) L’outil en ligne « Branché solaire » de Greenpeace Suisse permet à chacun de …
    calculer en quelques clics via Google Maps le potentiel solaire de chaque bâtiment en Suisse. Les toits marqués restent visibles pour tous et sont pris en compte dans le calcul du potentiel solaire global de la Suisse.
  • Eco Master Plan (de) The eco-masterplan shows the status of watercourses in Austria and the merits of protecting them on the basis of official data, while also showing current threats.
  • Platform Rivers full of life (de) The “Rivers Full of Life” platform aims to protect the last intact Austrian watercourses from …
    their unrestricted development for hydropower purposes. It consists of representatives of various interest groups: the WWF, the Austrian Fishing Federation, the Austrian Trustees for Fishing and Water Protection, kajak.at, the Edelweiss Alpine Club, the Science and Environment Forum, the Austrian Nature Conservation Association and the Austrian Friends of Nature.
  • The energy transition, hydropower usage and Bavarian river alliances (de) This page is intended to publicise certain arguments and background information that have as yet received little consideration and that, in the context of the energy transition …
    , provide a welcome counter to any planned expansion in the use of hydropower. These issues do not of course apply solely to Bavarian rivers.

Autres informations

  • Presentations of the 4th international conference « Water in the Alps: Sustainable hydropower strategies for the Alpine region » (en) The Platform Water Management in the Alps organized a two-day conference on …
    the topic of Sustainable Hydropower – Strategies for the Alpine Region, that took place in Munich on 21 and 22 October 2012. The conference focused on the potential of hydropower in the Alps and its impact on energy supply, environment and the function of the Alps as a « green battery ». Discussions on the conference focused in depth on the influences of the use of hydropower on society and environment in the Alps.
  • Program on the energy systems of the future (de) The aim of the “Energy Systems of the Future” programme is to develop technologies and concepts for …
    an energy-efficient and flexible energy system, based on the use of renewable energy sources that will in the long term be able to meet our energy requirements. A wide range of technology-related activities and accompanying measures are intended to provide the appropriate stimulus, simultaneously creating new opportunities for the Austrian economy. Building on Austrian strengths in the areas of research and technological development (solar energy, biomass, etc.) will make a substantial contribution to achieving and maintaining technological leadership in these areas.
  • Voici énergie (fr, de) Plate-forme d’information sur les projets dédiés aux énergies renouvelables en Suisse
  • Wind energy and nature protection – Planning notes of the regional office for environment and nature protection, Baden-Württemberg (de) The construction of wind power installations can lead to conflict with …
    the needs of species conservation and nuisance control. This page offers planning aids for the issue of “Wind Power and Nature Conservation”, allowing nature conservation interests to be properly considered when developing wind power facilities.