14 2 5 3 60 Alpine Nature 2030 Creating ecological connectivity for generations to come Upper Alpine valley in the Swiss National Park located in the Pilot Region Raethian Triangle de nes categories of protection for objects of special landscape value Autonome Provinz Bozen Südtirol 2010 The Landscape Plan also regulates the manage ment and use of ecosystems In contrast nature parks are governed by a separate administrative of ce and are not included in the Landscape Plan In addition to the Landscape Plan there is also the Landscape Guid ing Principle document Landschaftsleitbild of 2002 a guideline for sustainable landscape development Autonome Provinz Bozen Südtirol 2002 The Tren tino Region also anchored the creation of a network of reserves in regional law in 2007 and in 2012 it began preparing a long term integrated management system and restoration programme through the ongoing T E N Project Trentino Ecological Network a focal point for a Pan Alpine Ecological Network co nanced under EU Life In the Veneto region the concept of an ecological net work and the valuation of biodiversity were presented to the public and a consultation process launched in 2008 A regional territorial coordination plan was adopted in 2009 It includes an aspirational map that depicts the region s ecological network with core zones parks and ecological corridors 2 3 5 Slovenia Slovenia has several national acts and decrees con cerned with biodiversity and ecosystem conservation The Nature Conservation Act de nes natural com ponents of an ecological network a different types of protected areas national parks 1 regional parks 3 landscape parks 44 Taken together these cover around 12 5 percent of Slovenian territory These ar eas are part of much larger areas such as Natura 2000 sites covering more than 37 percent of the country and so called ecologically important areas and valu able natural features Arih 2015 The protected areas and Natura 2000 network are seen as core zones of an ecological network while ecologically important areas function as connectors between core areas to establish a functional network Unlike in other Alpine countries nature conservation is administered centrally in Slovenia The Institute of the Republic of Slovenia for Nature Conservation IRSNC is a professional national institution charged with con servation activities by the Nature Conservation Act It is an umbrella body that has seven regional units The Kranj Regional Unit operates in the northwestern part

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