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Revalidation history

The key phases of the definition of the new strategy for the 2012 revalidation can be summarized as follows:

July- September 2010

  • start of Diagnostic Report update
  • survey of visitors to the 3 parks of Trentino in collaboration with the Tourist Office of the PAT, carried out in the main places of access and attendance of the Park (parking lots, paths, shuttle bus stops) and during the summer activities (Relazione indagine 2010)
  • forum in Val di Non

Summer 2011

  • survey of visitors to the Park, in collaboration with the PAT tourist policy office, carried out in the main places of access and attendance of the Park (parking lots, paths, shuttle bus stops) and during summer activities (Relazione indagine 2011)
  • evaluation and analysis of the first Action Plan, based on the new participatory part and the drafting of the new PdA 2012-2017

May – September 2011

  • forum of Val di Sole, Val Rendena, Giudicarie Centrali and Val del Chiese
  • forum in the Giudicarie Esteriori and the Paganella plateau
  • statistical elaborations for updating Diagnostic report.

November – December 2011

  • definition of the Collaboration Pacts to be signed with the partners
  • final plenary forum “European Charter for Sustainable Tourism and Socio-economic Plan: presentation of strategies and signing of commitments” aimed at presenting the numerous projects that emerged during the territorial forums and signing of the strategy and commitments for the next 5 years by the participants
  • closing and final drafting of the 2012-2017 PdA and of the Diagnostic Report

April 2012

  • Europarc inspector examination and targeted meetings with local stakeholders

June 2012

  • analysis and approval of the documentation of the Park by the Europarc Federation Commission and communication of the obtained revalidation

October 2012

  • withdrawal of the certificate of renewal of the Charter, in Genk in Belgium, at the annual Europarc Conference, in the presence of the leaders of the major European Parks.
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