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Is a United Nations voluntary alliance of partners dedicated to improving the lives of mountain people and protecting the mountain environments around the world
Mountain Forum is a global network of individuals and organizations concerned with the well being of mountain people, their environments and cultures.
Union Internationale des Associations d’Alpinisme, International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation
IUCN/UICN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, helps the world find pragmatic solutions to our most pressing environment and development challenges
Commission Internationale pour la Protection des Alpes
A trans-national federation of associations and organizations, Pro Mont Blanc has been working towards obtaining the UNESCO classification “World Heritage Site” for the massif
Network of Alpine Protected Areas
A page that gives updated statistics and info about 8000ers
The largest and most influencial grassroots Nature Protection Organization in the US founded by John Muir
Centre for Environment Education (CEE) is a national institution established in 1984, supported by the Indian Ministry of Environment and Forests engaged in developing programmes and material to increase awareness about the environment and sustainable development.
The Mountain GeoPortal is a gateway to geo-information resources of the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region and aims to facilitate the sharing, integration and use of geographic information across a broad use-base. It provides access to science applications and datasets developed in the context of HKH region. It also disseminates information on various issues through interactive story maps.
The Alpine Convention is the first international treaty considering a transnational mountain area in its geographical entirety. It was signed in 1995 by the eight Alpine countries: Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Slovenia and Monaco and the European Union and came into effect in 1995. The Convention aims at the protection and sustainable development of the Alps.
The Carpathian Convention was adopted and signed by the seven Carpatian countries: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Ukraine in May 2003 in Kyiv, Ukraine, and entered into force in January 2006. It is the only multi-level governance mechanism covering the whole of the Carpathian area and besides the Alpine Convention the second sub-regional treaty-based regime for the protection and sustainable development of a mountain region worldwide.