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   * **The Alpine area should become a model for governance of a European macro-region**   * **The Alpine area should become a model for governance of a European macro-region**
 The Alpine area is a typical area where joint actions are needed even though the entire area is divided into several countries and regions, and many municipalities. In addition, there is a strong urban-rural interaction among Alpine areas and pre-Alpine mega centres. Because the problems and issues are shared, the responsible authorities must strive to find a proper way of cooperation,​ providing them with solutions that are effective (in terms of results) and efficient (in terms of resources invested). Close cooperation in the past, existing institutions (like the Alpine Convention) or networks (CIPRA, ISCAR, etc.), and the existing financial scheme (the Alpine Space Programme) are a huge contribution towards more sustainable development of the Alps and particularly towards a common management system able to address common challenges at the entire Alpine level. By fostering the idea of cooperation and joint decision-making,​ the Alpine area could become a model for governance of a European macro-region. The Alpine area is a typical area where joint actions are needed even though the entire area is divided into several countries and regions, and many municipalities. In addition, there is a strong urban-rural interaction among Alpine areas and pre-Alpine mega centres. Because the problems and issues are shared, the responsible authorities must strive to find a proper way of cooperation,​ providing them with solutions that are effective (in terms of results) and efficient (in terms of resources invested). Close cooperation in the past, existing institutions (like the Alpine Convention) or networks (CIPRA, ISCAR, etc.), and the existing financial scheme (the Alpine Space Programme) are a huge contribution towards more sustainable development of the Alps and particularly towards a common management system able to address common challenges at the entire Alpine level. By fostering the idea of cooperation and joint decision-making,​ the Alpine area could become a model for governance of a European macro-region.
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