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Nature protection measures through the sustainable use of natural resources
The sustainable use of natural resources implies the need to implement a series of measures in activities associated with the use of natural resources (forestry, hunting, fishing, etc.) and physical planning, in order to ensure the long-term conservation of natural resources, biodiversity and landscape diversity.
Pursuant to the Nature Protection Act (OG 70/05, 139/08), the State Institute for Nature Protection drafts the expert base proposal (study) to establish the measures and conditions for nature protection for natural resource management plans (above all, forest management plans, hunting management plans, wild game breeding programmes, wild game protection programmes, fishing plans, etc.) and physical planning documents (at the county, city, municipal level, urban plans, detailed plans, physical plans for areas with special characteristics, etc.).
The measures and terms of nature protection, in the sense of sustainable use of natural resources, is defined on the basis of an analysis of the characteristics of an area from the perspective of nature conservation, which have the following main guidelines:
• Protected and threatened species of flora, fauna, mushrooms and lichens;
• Threatened and rare habitat types;
• Protected and marked areas (proposed for protection);
• Areas of the National Ecological Network and potential NATURA 2000 areas.
In the gallery, you can see an overview of the procedure of implementing nature protection measures in natural resource management plans and physical planning documents.