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Nature protection and biodiversity - National Responses (Poland)

SOER Common environmental theme from Poland
Published: 26 Nov 2010 Modified: 23 Nov 2010

For a number of years, Poland has been an active participant on the international scene in the work of organisations and institutions aiming to resolve global and regional environmental and sustainable development issues. One form of this is the adoption and implementation of international agreements and conventions. To date Poland has ratified 12 such multilateral agreements which directly relate to the protection and sustainable utilisation of biodiversity. Many of them operate at a global level, while others take the form of regional or sub-regional agreements.

The environmental protection needs of the country are reflected in a series of programme documents, the most important of them being:

 

Other important links:

Bird monitoring: http://monitoringptakow.gios.gov.pl/
Natural habitats and species monitoring: http://www.gios.gov.pl/siedliska/
Forest monitoring: http://www.gios.gov.pl/monlas/index.html  
Natura 2000: http://natura2000.gdos.gov.pl/natura2000/
DGLP report on the state of the forests: http://www.lasy.gov.pl/dokumenty/in_english/files  
GUS Annual Statistics on Environmental Protection 2009: http://www.stat.gov.pl/gus/5840_1523_ENG_HTML.htm

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