This study shows that pandemic-related factors brought more and new types of visitors to the Swiss National Park. The discussion of impacts and implications holds insights for park managers worldwide.
The issue will focus on restoration experiences, research on degradation, restoration, and their links to resilience, and agendas for restoration research, policy, or action.
Two Close-to-Nature Lifestyles, One Benefit for the Cultural Landscape: Comparing Lifestyle Movers and Lifestyle Farmers in the Remote European Eastern Alps
By living and farming in the Alpine periphery, spatial and socioeconomic newcomers preserve and reflect on rural architecture, practices, and knowledge—key assets of the Alpine...
Social Innovations and the Mountain Economy: The Case of 100% Valposchiavo and Its Influence on Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises
The 100% Valposchiavo initiative brings together diverse players in a Swiss mountain region. This study shows how this social innovation enables SMEs to reduce their dependence on...
Weaving Together Knowledges through Collaborative Archaeological Research in the Shúhtagot’ine Cultural Landscape
Research that embraces multiple ways of knowing and builds momentum toward knowledge mobilization helps preserve cultural heritage and promotes the sustainability of Indigenous...