General Guidelines for the Development of the Pan-European Ecological Network, Issues 18-107

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Council of Europe, Jan 1, 2000 - Nature - 50 pages
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The Pan-European Biological and Landscape Diversity Strategy, which was endorsed by ministers from 54 countries in the UN-ECE region on 25 October 1995, provides for the establishment by 2005 of the Pan-European Ecological Network. These Guidelines provide a reference document for all those involved in establishing and managing the network. The document aims to provide a coherent framework for guiding an array of co-operative, decentralised measures which aim to ensure the conservation and sustainable use of the ecosystems, habitats, species and landscapes of European importance.
 

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Contents

Foreword
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The objectives and characteristics of the PanEuropean Ecological Network
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The process through which the PanEuropean Ecological Network
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The relation between the PanEuropean Ecological Network
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Glossary and abbreviations
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The states participating in the establishment of the PanEuropean
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