14 2 5 3 Alpine Nature 2030 Creating ecological connectivity for generations to come 162 funds for these activities project linked speci c public funds private donors and more as well as the range of involved partners and the range of consequences are highly heterogeneous and illustrate the need for the Pilot Regions to be able to rely upon solutions and approaches tailored to their speci c needs The Alpine Pilot Regions have proven their capacity to allow important contribution to the implementa tion of a coherent ecological connectivity approach thought the Alps The degree of activity is not ho mogeneous among all Pilot Regions and depends Figure 23 Concept of a transboundary ecological network of protected areas Source from Kohler Plassmann 2004 considerably on external drivers like available funds due to projects or speci c allocations In general they have contributed signi cantly to promotion of the topic in their region and are a basis for future work The Alpine Arc will not be entirely covered by Pilot Regions and this approach needs to be comple mented by others as described in chapter 2 2 but they are key driving elements on the path to creating the pan Alpine ecological network National park Core area National park Buffer zone Nature park Nature reserve UNESCO Bioshere Reserve Protected landscape area Linear connection element Measure for ecological connectivity State border Water border Settlements

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