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Figure Indicative map of the Pan-European Ecological Network for central and eastern Europe
The indicative map of PEEN identifies the core nature areas of European importance, existing corridors between these areas, and where new corridors could and should be established to meet the connectivity requirements of key species.
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Figure Internationally designated areas for nature protection (European Community sites not shown)
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Highlight Octet Stream Is there a protected area near you? Find out on UN Biodiversity Day
Protected areas cover more than one fifth of the land in the 39 countries working with the European Environment Agency (EEA). On International Biodiversity Day, the EEA encourages Europeans to find out more about their closest nature reserve or national park using a new interactive map.
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Publication It's beautiful!
A story in the "Our Natural Europe" series
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IUCN management categories
According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) a protected area can include any area of sea, lakes, rivers or land that has been identified as important for conservation of nature, and managed for this purpose. Some protected areas allow industry, extensive agriculture or fishing to occur within their boundaries, while others prohibit all of these activities.
Located in Environmental topics An overview of Europe's protected areas Facts and figures
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Nature and biodiversity — Europe has established an extensive network of protected areas and programmes to reverse the loss of endangered species. However, widespread alteration of landscapes, degradation of ecosystems and loss of natural capital mean that the EU will not meet its target of halting biodiversity loss by 2010. To improve the situation we must prioritise biodiversity and ecosystems in policymaking at all scales, particularly addressing agriculture, fisheries, regional development, cohesion and spatial planning.
Located in The European environment — state and outlook 2015 The European environment – state and outlook 2010: Synthesis Key messages
Figure Large protected areas in the Alps and the Carpathians
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Figure Loss of accessibility for migratory fish due to dams in major European river basins
Orange: river basins with large dams (at least 10 m high) not allowing normal fish passage.
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Located in Environmental topics Biodiversity An overview of Europe's protected areas
Management of protected areas
The links below provide information, guidance, and best practice on management of protected areas.
Located in Environmental topics Biodiversity An overview of Europe's protected areas
European Environment Agency (EEA)
Kongens Nytorv 6
1050 Copenhagen K
Denmark
Phone: +45 3336 7100