Guidelines for the Identification, Conservation, Restoration, and Management of Ecological Corridors in the Carpathian Ecoregion

Guidelines for the Identification, Conservation, Restoration, and Management of Ecological Corridors in the Carpathian Ecoregion

Guidelines for the Identification, Conservation, Restoration, and Management of Ecological Corridors in the Carpathian Ecoregion

Book | March 31, 2021

This document offers concrete guidelines for a common strategic framework for the identification, conservation, restoration, and management of ecological corridors in the Carpathian ecoregion for the 2021-2026 period. Its target audience includes the Carpathian Convention Secretariat and the member state representatives of the Carpathian Convention, policy-makers in the Carpathian countries, and civil society. By creating a common strategic framework for concerted action and effort coordination across boundaries, this document represents a step forward towards the preservation and improvement of ecological connectivity in the Carpathian ecoregion. It aims to:

  1. Cope with the increasing ecosystem and habitat fragmentation in the Danube region, and
  2. Improve ecological connectivity between natural habitats, especially between Natura 2000 sites, the Emerald Network, and other protected area categories of transnational importance in the Carpathian ecoregion.

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