In the last 20 years we have reflected a lot on the relationship between natural and economic heritage, but above all on the development model that we want to pursue.
The tourism and socio-economic development of a territory, in the absence of adequate and courageous policies, leads to a leveling that causes a gradual zeroing of natural, cultural and social values.
Recently, attention to the environment has increased in society. Also thanks to the Rio Global Conference in 1992 which launched the concept of sustainable development. Protected areas have become open-air sustainable development laboratories. Conceived, not only as places of conservation, but to enhance local knowledge and skills, associated with the culture of sustainability.
Parks therefore play a strategic role in planning and managing sustainable local development through innovative forms. For example, partnership and collaboration agreements with many entities dealing with the environment and tourism.
There are many activities that the Adamello Brenta Nature Park carries out to protect, enhance and promote its territory!