How to protect the Alps with your behavior! // The speciAlps2 Code of Conduct

Hörbare Alpen: Der CIPRA Podcast
  • How to protect the Alps with your behavior! // The speciAlps2 Code of Conduct
14:05 Min.
#68 Should I stay or should I go? Young people and quality of life in the Alps | CYC podcast
29:59 Min.
#67 (en) Visitor guidance and the Alpine Convention | speciAlps podcast
26:26 Min.
The urban exodus and the climate
24:10 Min.
Quando il tanto diventa troppo? Capacità di carico nel turismo alpino | #4 della serie di speciAlps podcast
22:21 Min.
How much is too much? Carrying capacities in Alpine tourism | Episode #4 of the speciAlps podcast series
09:38 Min.
"Jump into the unknown" - Climate friendly travelling with YOALIN
28:21 Min.
Bis zum letzten Tropfen? Diskussion zu Wasserkraft zwischen Klima- und Naturschutz
23:13 Min.
Nudging im Alpentourismus | Ausgabe #3 der speciAlps Podcastserie
21:11 Min.
Nudging in Alpine tourism | Episode #3 of the speciAlps Podcast series
16:17 Min.
Repenser le dernier kilomètre : La mobilité douce dans les destinations alpines | Épisode #2 de la série de podcasts speciAlps

More and more people are attracted to the Alps as a recreational area. The pressure on nature is increasing, visitor guidance and a sensitive behavior during their stay is crucial for fauna, flora and people itself. How can a comic inspire to leave no trace behind? What happened in the Berchtesgaden National Park after a well-known influencer posted about the natural infinity pool at the Königsbach Falls? And how are influencers raising awareness against littering in nature? An audio trip through the Alps.

This podcast was produced in the frame of the Alpine-wide project speciAlps2, in which four pilot regions (Tiroler Lech Nature Park/AT, Kamnik-Savinja Alps/SL, Mountaineering village Balme/IT and Bad Reichenhall/DE) are testing measures to guide visitors. The project is supported by CIPRA International and the Alliance in the Alps network of municipalities. It is made possible by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection (BMUV).

You can find good practices for successful visitor guidance at and more information on the project at

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