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Highlight Cherishing nature: World Biodiversity Day
Today, 22 May, is the International Day for Biological Diversity. We are currently witnessing a steady loss of biodiversity, with profound consequences for the natural world and for human well-being. Through its extensive network and close collaboration with partners, the European Environment Agency (EEA) brings together the most comprehensive knowledge base on Europe’s biodiversity in order to help policymakers, civil society and the public tackle biodiversity loss.
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Figure Estimated High Nature Value (HNV) presence in Europe, 2012 update
How to read the map: Green areas show likelihood to contain primarily HNV land, on the basis of a stratified selection of CORINE land cover clases per country and environmental zone, and national biodiversity data when available. The values in the map are a proxy for the proportion of HNV in each 1 km2 cell.
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Figure Spread of artificial and/or agricultural surfaces into previously ‘core natural/semi-natural’ landscapes
The map shows the spread of artificial and/or agricultural surfaces into previously ‘core natural/semi-natural’ landscapes for the period 2000-2006. Reporting is made per province (NUTS 2/3), both in terms of absolute area (ha) and proportionally to the ‘core natural’ pattern cover in 2000. For example, one province in the West of Spain had its ‘core natural’ pattern reduced by 1.5% to 3% due to fragmentation by agricultural and/or artificial lands, from a cumulative area of more than 10 000 ha.
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Figure National distribution of forest connectivity for year 2006 and forest connectivity change in the period 2000-2006
The map show the proportion of landscape units per connectivity range reported by country for the year 2006. The trend (medium/low increase/decrease or stable) in the proportion of units in a high connectivity range (above 50%) is given for the period 2000-2006 per country. Species dispersing is 1 km.
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Daviz Visualization National forest landscape pattern profiles in 2006 and trends in ‘core natural’ pattern, 2000-2006
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Figure Pascal source code Trend of Special Protected Areas by area
The figure includes terrestrial and marine Special Protected Areas (SPAs). The area and percentage of territory corresponds to the area of Cyprus where the Community acquis apllies at present, according to protocol 10 of the Accession Treaty of Cyprus.
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Figure Trend for Sites of Community Importance by area
This figure includes terrestrial and marine Sites of Community Interest (SCIs). The area and percentage of territory corresponds to the area of Cyprus where the Community acquis applies at present, according to protocol 10 of the Accession Treaty of Cyprus.
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Figure Ecological footprint variation per region
Total ecological footprint is represented by the colored areas (as the product of per person footprint and population size); total biocapacity is represented by the areas within orange lines. As of 2010, the EU-28 had approximately 503 million citizens, and a biocapacity of 2.2 global hectares per capita.
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Daviz Visualization Biocapacity time series by land type
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Daviz Visualization Ecological footprint, biocapacity and reserve or deficit
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