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Access and Nature - English Documentation

1st Seminar, Protected Natural Areas and Mountain Sports
06-03-2002
The 1st Seminar on Protected National Areas and Mountain Sports was held from the 3rd to 6th September on the island of Tenerife, organised by the Canary Islands Mountaineering Federation (Federación Canaria de Montañismo)
2nd Seminar, Rambling in Protected Natural Areas
18-10-2003
2nd Seminar on Protected Natural Areas and Mountain Sports - 2nd Technical Symposium “Rambling in Protected Natural Areas”
2nd Seminar, Terminology in Regulations for Protected Natural Areas
18-10-2003
2nd Seminar on Protected Natural Areas and Mountain Sports - 1st Technical Symposium “Terminology in Regulations for Protected Natural Areas”
3rd Seminar, Protected Natural Areas and Mountain Sports
17-09-2010
The contribution of mountaineering to sustainable development in the natural environment.
3rd Seminar, Rock Climbing in Protected Natural Areas
06-12-2009
3rd Seminar on Protected Natural Areas and Mountain Sports: Rock Climbing in Protected Natural Areas.
7th National Parks and Mountain Sports Seminar
15-11-2013
7th National Parks and Mountain Sports Seminar.

7th National Parks and Mountain Sports Seminar

Cáceres Declaration
14-05-1995
"Cáceres Declaration". The Spanish Mountaineering and Climbing Federation (FEDME), together with all the regional mountaineering federations, expresses its concern about the way protection measures with respect to mountain regions are often dictated in our country.
Canyoning in Protected Natural Areas
21-04-2007
Text approved at the 4th Seminar on Protected Natural Areas and Mountain Sports. Covadonga, 21 April 2007.
Cibeles Priorities
27-01-2010
Halting the loss of biodiversity in Europe - Spanish Presidency of the European Union Conference “Post-2010 Biodiversity Vision and Target - The role of Protected Areas and Ecological Networks in Europe”
Conference Glaciers as indicators of global warming
20-09-2008
Recommendations from the Conference on “Glaciers as indicators of global warming: mountaineering and climate change” - Benasque on 20th September, organised by the FEDME (Spanish Federation for Mountain and Climbing Sports)
FEDME General Congress
14-05-1995
The Spanish Mountaineering and Climbing Federation (FEDME), together with all the regional mountaineering federations, expresses its concern about the way protection measures with respect to mountain regions are often dictated in our country. Cáceres, 14th May 1995.
Gredos Declaration
18-05-2008
Gredos Declaration of the 1st Congress of Mountain Professionals working in Protected Natural Areas (Ávila)
Marked paths and sustainable rural development
30-05-2012
Marked paths and sustainable rural development study.
Mountain Refuges and National Parks
12-05-2001
Picos de Europa Declaration.
Mountaineering and Environmental Education
21-04-2007
Text agreed at the 4th Seminar on Protected Natural Areas and Mountain Sports. Covadonga, 21 April 2007.
Recommendations from the conference about Glaciers
20-09-2008
Recommendations on climate change.
Senate Environment Committee
03-02-2003
Intervention of the President of the Spanish Federation for Mountain and Climbing Sports.
The Economic Value of the South West Coast Path
31-03-2003

Report Compiled on behalf of South West Coast Path team by Tourism Associates and South West Tourism.

The Nature Access Committee of the FEDME
15-04-2009

The Spanish Federation for Mountain and Climbing Sports (FEDME, Federación Española de Deportes de Montaña y Escalada) is a sports federation that was set up in accordance with the Sports Law as a private, non-profit-making legal entity, but with the remit to perform public functions relating to the practice of mountain and climbing sports.

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