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The Journal of Alpine Research | Revue de géographie alpine is an international, multi-disciplinary journal. It publishes hitherto unpublished scientific articles on spatial and environmental issues affecting the Alpine Arc and other mountains of Europe, as well as other mountain regions of the world. All the social sciences (geography, anthropology, sociology, history, political science, etc.) are invited to contribute to discussion and debate on issues concerning mountain areas.

Articles are now published in two languages, one of which must be one of the alpine languages (French, Italian, German) or Spanish, the other being in English. The objective of this bilingualism is to encourage the exchange and diffusion of ideas.
Today, the Jar | Rga is widely referenced (see details in information).

In 2013, the journal was celebrating its centenary. All the articles published since the first issue can be accessed on (1913-2006) and on this site since 2006.

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Latest issue
103-3 | 2015
Les territoires de montagne, fournisseurs mondiaux de ressources

Mountains as Global Suppliers
Les territoires de montagne, fournisseurs mondiaux de ressources
Edited by Manfred Perlik

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103-4 | 2015

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  • Rob McMorran, Fabien Santini, Fatmir Guri, Sergio Gomez-y-Paloma, Martin Price, Olivier Beucherie, Christine Monticelli, Alexia Rouby, Delphine Vitrolles and Guillaume Cloye
    The role of food labelling and certification in delivering sustainable development in European mountain regions
    Le rôle de la labellisation alimentaire et de la certification comme contribution au développement durable des régions montagneuses d’Europe