The implementation of Natura 2000 in forests: A trans- and interdisciplinary assessment of challenges and choices

@inproceedings{Winkel2015TheIO,
  title={The implementation of Natura 2000 in forests: A trans- and interdisciplinary assessment of challenges and choices},
  author={G. Kleijn Winkel and Marieke Blondet and Lars Borrass and Theresa Frei and Maria Geitzenauer and Axel Gruppe and Alistair S. Jump and Jessica de Koning and Metodi Sotirov and Gerhard Weiss and Susanne Winter and Esther Turnhout},
  year={2015}
}
Natura 2000 is the core of the EU’s biodiversity conservation policy. 50% of the overall protected area under Natura 2000 is forest. Yet, comparatively little is known about the implementation of the policy in forests. Building on a rich set of social and natural science data, and an interand transdisciplinary discussion process involving scientists from different disciplines as well as EU, national and local stakeholders, this paper identifies five important challenges related to the… CONTINUE READING
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