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Platform Meeting
Rudbøl, Denmark
Olaf G. Christiani, DFNA
Natura 2000 barometer 1998
Natura 2000 Network
Status 1998
15 Member States
5.771 Sites of Community Importance
220.138 km³
( 5 x DK area)
1.740 Special Protected Areas
115.970 km³
Natura 2000 Network
Status 2008
27 Member States
21.612 Sites of Community Importance
655.968 km³ = 13,3% of EU
( 15 times DK area (1,45 times SE area))
5.004 Special Protected Areas
517.896 km³ = 10,5% of EU
Habitats Directive Article 3.1
A coherent European ecological network of special
areas of conservation shall be set up under the
title Natura 2000. This network, composed of
sites hosting the natural habitat types listed in
Annex I and habitats of the species listed in
Annex II, shall enable the natural habitat types
and the species' habitats concerned to be
maintained or, where appropriate, restored at
a favourable conservation status in their
natural range.
Definition FCS
The conservation status of a natural habitat will be
taken as ‘favourable’ when:
— its natural range and areas it covers within that
range are stable or increasing, and
— the specific structure and functions which are
necessary for its long-term maintenance exist
and are likely to continue to exist for the
foreseeable future, and
— the conservation status of its typical species is
favourable as defined in (i);
Paradigme Change in Nature
• From protection towards conservation
• From Instrumental approach
• towards Objective oriented approach