General Guidelines for the Development of the Pan-European Ecological Network, Issues 18-107
Council of Europe Publishing, Jan 1, 2000 - Nature - 50 pages
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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The objectives and characteristics of the PanEuropean Ecological Network
The process through which the PanEuropean Ecological Network
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Action Plan Action Theme actors involved agreements and initiatives agriculture appropriate Bern Convention biological and landscape biological diversity buffer zones Central and Eastern Coastal and Marine Committee of Experts conservation actions conservation objectives conservation of biological Convention on Biological core areas Council of Europe criteria cultural landscapes developed and implemented developing the Pan-European diversity of European ECNC ecological succession ecosystems Emerald Network environmental processes establishing and managing establishing the Pan-European European Ecological Network European importance existing agreements favourable conservation status genetic exchange Guidelines habitat types habitats and cultural Habitats Directive human activities identify impacts implement the Network implementing actions implementing the Pan-European interconnectivity IUCN land Landscape Diversity Strategy landscapes of European Mediterranean national ecological networks natural habitats nature conservation organisations Pan-European Ecological Network precautionary principle protected areas Ramsar Convention regional relevant sectors semi-natural habitats Special Protection Areas species and landscapes species of European species populations sustainable traditional range viable populations