AlpWeek Intermezzo
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Dear Alpine stakeholders,

Dear colleagues,


We kindly invite you to join us at the


AlpWeek Intermezzo

Tomorrow in the Alps

on 3-4 April 2019

in Innsbruck, Austria.


Like its bigger sister, the quadrennial AlpWeek, Alpweek Intermezzo is an international event on sustainable development and related Alpine issues, jointly organised by key Alpine organisations. For 2019 the event is conceived as a lunch-to-lunch conference which will bring the main Alpine stakeholders together to meet and exchange views on the topic “Tomorrow in the Alps”.


AlpWeek Intermezzo will start on 3 April 2019 with a discussion (by personal invitation only) on current challenges and future perspectives for the Alpine Region in the fields of land use, climate change and mobility. The outcomes of this exchange will be brought to the attention of the Alpine Conference the following day. On 4 April, keynotes and a project showcase of inspiring stories about “Tomorrow in the Alps” will be followed by interactive market stalls.


Check out the programme and register here:  



Registration link


Please register by 15 March 2019.



Contingents have been reserved in some hotels in Innsbruck. These can be accessed via the following link:  

The hotels in Innsbruck are very busy at this time. Please book your room as early as possible!




AlpWeek Intermezzo has been certified as “Green Event Tirol”. The organisers are actively working on minimising its environmental impact. More information:


We look forward to welcoming you in Innsbruck!

Want to know more? Please feel free to contact us


Kind regards

The Joint Secretariat Team

Interreg Alpine Space programme



Organisers of AlpWeek Intermezzo:

Alliance in the Alps; Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention; Interreg Alpine Space programme; Alpine town of the year association; CIPRA International; Club Arc Alpin; Austrian Alpine Club; ISCAR; WWF; IGF (ÖAW)


Financial support:

Federal Ministry for Sustainability and Tourism, Austria





European Regional Development Fund