Alpine Protected Areas Nature reserve National park Core area Regional Nature park Natura 2000 or Emerald site Major city Major river Water bodies Alpine Convention perimeter National border 1 4 2 5 3 74 Alpine Nature 2030 Creating ecological connectivity for generations to come Map 9 Alpine Protected Areas and Natura 2000 Emerald sites The framework aims to differentiate the aspects of these ve management functions as part of the inter active management process being aware of the three dimensions of the context nature people manage ment de ning leaderships tasks and functions plan ning steps that need to be prepared and considered de ning the implementation phase and evaluating activities and the process as a whole after ECON NECT implementation recommendations 2011 An Alps wide connectivity conservation management framework proposed and supported by the Alpine Con vention as an international treaty with speci c imple mentation protocols could be a highly strategic element in ensuring a long term dimension to the realisation of a well structured ecological continuum on a regional and transnational scale within the Alps As major barriers for connectivity also exist around the Alps the involvement of the macro regional strategy is crucial The strategic elements visions and legal tools already exist even on an international level although their concrete use is often governed by political motives Nature Reserve Bout du Lac at the south end of the Lake Annecy in France

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