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COMPLIANCE COMMITTEE

The Compliance Committee is a body that controls if the commitments and
obligations resulting from the Alpine Convention are complied with. Every four
years, the Contracting parties have to present a report concerning the
implementation of the Convention and its Protocols. The first report was
adopted at the Xth Alpine Conference (March 2009).

  • Guidelines for the interpretation of the Article 6(3) of the Protocol on tourism in the light of a coherent implementation practice in the Alps (in DE, FR, IT, SL)
  • Operative recommendations for of a coherent implementation of the Article 11(1) of the Protocol on nature protection and landscape conservation in the Alps (in DE, FR, IT, SL)
  • Decision of the XIVth Alpine Conference: New mechanism for reviewing compliance (in DE, FR, IT, SL)
  • XIVth Alpine Conference: Final report on the in depth review of the topic “Tourism” ( DE, FR, IT, SL )
  • Decision on the Cable Car on Piz Val Gronda (Tirol, A) (in DE, FR, IT, SL)
  • Recommendations for a coherent implementation of article 11 (1) of the Protocol on Nature protection ( DE, FR, IT, SL, )
  • Decision concerning the Egartenlandschaft Landscape Protection Area (DE, FR, IT, SL)
  • Model report - Questionnaire (Find in DE, FR, IT, SL)
  • National reports 2005 (Find in DE, FR, IT, SL pages)
  • National reports 2009 (Find in DE, FR, IT, SL pages)
  • Xth Alpine Conference: Report from the Compliance Committee
    (Find in DE, FR, IT, SL)
  • Xth Alpine Conference: Recommendations from the Compliance
    Committee (Find in DE, FR, IT, SL)
  • Standardised model for the verification of the Declaration on "Population
    and Culture" (Find in DE, FR, IT, SL)
  • National reports 2009 on the implementation of the Declaration on
    "Population and Culture" (Find in DE, FR, IT, SL)
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* un-official English translation provided by Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention


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