International Mountain Society (IMS)
1981 Boulder CO USA
Founded 1981, Boulder CO (USA), following meetings, 1974, Munich (Germany FR) and 1976, Cambridge (UK), of U-XE1167 - IGU Commission on Mountain Geoecology and Sustainable Development. Instigated among others by B-XB2079 - International Geographical Union (IGU) and F-XF2488 - United Nations University (UNU). Re-established, 2000, Bern (Switzerland). Registered in accordance with the Swiss Civil Code.
Advance knowledge and disseminate information about mountain research and mountain development worldwide; promote sustainable development through improved communication among institutions and individuals, with a particular focus on mountains in the developing world.
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