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Work Project 1

Information from the population, relations between Municipality, Park, resident population and visitors.

It deals with a preliminary survey on the local socio-economic aspects, highlighting ambitions and limits, and a series of meetings with the resident population, the business folks, and the different associations interested in adhering to the agreement of sustainable development in tourism of the area, safeguarding the environment.

Expected results
A) raising public involvement in the realization of the project and in the definition of the choices, as well as raising public awareness in the themes of environment.
B) Finding operating solutions, through a project course which complies economic development with the safeguard of the environment as regards territorial planning and private enterprise.

- Meetings with the population;
- Workshops and negotiation tables with contractors and local bodies;
- Information from the population with questionnaires;
- Dissemination of news about the project;
- Survey and questionnaires given to the visitors of the Adamello-Brenta Park;


> 20/11/2002
Presentation of the Life Tovel Project to the local population

> 11/11/2002
Conclusion of the formation course for economic operators

> 09/11/2002
Official Presentation of the Life Tovel project

> 04/06/2002
Introduction of the project to 12 classes of the “Istituto Comprensivo” (primary and middle school) of Tuenno

> 22/05/2002
Presentation of the Tovel Agreement

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Date: 04/06/2002
Title: Introduction of the project to 12 classes of the “Istituto Comprensivo” (primary and middle school) of Tuenno

As a first step, aimed at raising awareness in the themes of environment, the project Life Tovel has been introducted to resident pupils and students during an outing at the “Malga Tuena” (Tuenno’s mountain dairy) with their teachers, the museum operators and the park guides, who presented the topics of geology and vegetation, and highlighted the importance of safeguarding the beauties of nature