Mountain ecosystems and their local populations provide important resources, such as fresh water and timber, to more than half the world’s population. Mountains also resemble islands, where diverse species and human communities live in...
International Mountain Day 2019 Countdown
The Canadian Mountain Network is an alliance of universities, governments, First Nations & businesses dedicated to the sustainability of mountain spaces.
Enter this recipe and photo contest and your recipe could be featured in a @FAO publication. We will also draw for a giveaway for those who share their entry on Facebook or Twitter and tag @CanMountainNet. Share your favourite recipe by Nov. 14th: http://www.fao.org/international-mountain-day/recipe-and-photo-contest/en/
For the first time, scientists have measured the total amount of #CO2 #emissions from #mountain streams worldwide. The study found that these streams have a higher average CO2 emission rate than streams at lower altitudes. Learn more here: http://ow.ly/xKpL50x8UkF @nature
Are you looking for an #opportunity to bring your passion and energy to grow partnerships, knowledge, and #research in service of #Canada’s diverse #mountain regions? We are currently looking for a Vice Chair for our Board of Directors. #Apply now! http://ow.ly/RT2n50x9QEX
Are you ready for International #Mountain Day on Dec. 11th? Check out our #infographic to learn why #MountainsMatter for all Canadians and for sustainable development: http://canadianmountainnetwork.ca/events/infographics/ @SustDev @UNmountains @alpineclubcan
Check out the new @CanMountainNet #newsletter and learn about all relevant #mountain #news, upcoming #opportunities, #events and how to get involved in International Mountain Day! https://mailchi.mp/4ffedc132f03/canadian-mountain-network-september-newsletter-1236627 #MountainsMatter