Plassmann Guido

ALBIONET2030

Project Number: CH-6209
Project Type: Coordinating_Project
Project Duration: 11/01/2016 - 10/31/2019
Funding Source: EU ,
Leading Institution: ALPARC
Project Leader: Dr. Guido Plassmann
Director
ALPARC- Réseau Alpin des Espaces Protégés
256, rue de la République
FR-73000 Chambéry
France
Phone: +33 (0) 4 79 26 55 00
FAX: +33 (0) 4 79 26 55 01
e-Mail: guido.plassmann(at)alparc.org

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Keywords:
Ecological conecctivity, biodiversity,

Abstract:
Ecological connectivity is the basis of Alpine and global habitat and species protection. However, with the fact of different regions having different tools to measure and improve biodiversity, it becomes a main issue to realize an integrative concept for the protection of ecosystems and biodiversity within the Alps, a beautiful and unique European landscape rich in valuable habitats and structures, but endangered by over-exploitation and development. The overall objective is to consolidate and enhance transnational cooperation in the field of nature conservation while providing a harmonized concept of preserving natural habitats and common planning tools to realize a high level of ecological connectivity for biodiversity conservation.

ALPBIONET2030 aims to implement:
- A coherent and complementary Alps-wide system of Strategic Alpine Conservation Areas (SACA), reflecting the valuable and potential areas for ecological connectivity, defined at large scale and implemented at the level of Ecological Connectivity Pilot Regions (in cooperation with the Alpine Convention).
- An integrated wildlife management for the Alps and an increased level of defragmentation in sectoral policies (hunting, forestry, agriculture, tourism, spatial development, etc.)

A new momentum comes in by the EUSALP, the new EU macro-metropolitan areas. The exchange between relevant Action Groups (in particular 6 & 7), will support a cross-cutting exchange between the Alpine convention and the EUSALP perimeter with their respective key players.

Leading questions:
Objective 1: Provide standardised cross-cutting institutional procedure for Alps-wide EC coordination and planning across all Alpine states (EUSALP perimeter Objective 2: Create a new and enhanced understanding of spatial cooperation for BD and EC among the Alpine countries with SACA and transnational wildlife strategy elaboration
Objective 3: Define priorities and contribute to implementing existing planning criteria for EC between the Alps and the EUSALP space

URL: http://www.alpine-space.eu/projects/alpbionet2030/en/home

Publications:
Kahlen, J., K. Svadlak-Gomez, C. Beiglblöck & C. Walzer 2017. How hunting and legal regulations shape ecological connectivity in the alpine region. Conference Volume 6th Symposium for Research in Protected Areas. 2-3 November 2017: 267.


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