14 2 5 3 64 Alpine Nature 2030 Creating ecological connectivity for generations to come 2 4 Strategic elements and landscape visions of current Alpine ecological networks Guido PLASSMANN Alpine Network of Protected Areas ALPARC Chambéry France The concept of ecological networks is based on a con crete spatial dimension Ecological networks need to be implemented on the ground in order to be an element of the landscape and to insure functioning ecosys tems This spatial dimension needs to be represented logically in all concepts and strategies To this end an overview of the implementation of the overall strategy of ecological networks in the Alps through a well iden ti ed landscape vision may prove helpful 2 4 1 The trans sectoral landscape vision of connectivity The spatial situation and its associated land use demog raphy transports industrial and commercial localisa tions recreational areas and more in the Alps are sub ject to constant evolution This has an immense impact on large scale non fragmented areas and through this on ecological connectivity The way Alpine territories Alpine landscapes are characterised by a succession of different types of habitats that contribute to their particular biodiversity as seen here in South Tyrol A trans sectoral landscape vision of connectivity for the Alps needs to integrate this Alpine speci city

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