Objective 1: Fair access to job opportunities, building on the high competitiveness of the Region
- Action 1: To develop an effective research and innovation system
- Action 2: To increase the economic potential of strategic sectors
- Action 3: To improve the economic and social environment of economic operators in these strategic sectors with focus on labour market, education and training
Objective 2: Sustainable internal and external accessibility to all
- Action 4: To promote inter-modality and interoperability in passengers and freight transport
- Action 5: To e-connect people and promote accessibility to public services
Objective 3: A more inclusive environmental framework for all and renewable and reliable energy solutions for the future
- Action 6: To preserve and valorise natural resources, including water and cultural resources
- Action 7: To develop ecological connectivity in the whole territory of the EUSALP
- Action 8: To improve risk management and to better manage climate change, including major natural risks prevention
- Action 9: To make the territory a model region for energy efficiency and renewable energy
Objective 4: A sound macro-regional governance model for the Region (to improve cooperation and the coordination of action).
The EU Alpine Strategy builds on a targeted and concerted approach, the use of synergy effects and an effective use of existing EU funds and other financial instruments. Its added value consists in jointly identified priorities and in a new relationship between metropolitan, mountain-side and mountainous areas, involving all actors within the Region.