In the past, the Marsh angelica (Angelica palustris) had occurred in what is now the Czech Republic at seven sites. Moreover, from most of them, the vascular plant species disappeared by the 1950s.
Trnka P., Hausvaterová M. & Vojtěchovská E.: The Kojetín Fishpond Restoration in the Polabí/Elbe Riv
The Kojetín Fishpond is a part of the Nature Monument of the same name (District of Jičín, eastern Bohemia), established in 1999.
Klečková L. & Birklen P.: Threatened Gravel Habitat Management in the Ostravice Site of European Imp
Gravel bars deposited by fast flowing uncanalized water courses are among the globally most threatened habitats.
Common Raven (Corvus corax), also known as the Northern Raven attacks on grazing livestock, particularly cattle kept outside building throughout the whole year, has been more and more reported from the Czech Republic.
The proportion of renewable energy has been continuously increasing within the total energy production. In this respect, the greatest potential is provided by biomass energy.
Many landowners having their lands in Specially Protected Areas have been trying to define clear rules and conditions for their economic activities.
Hátle M.: Nature Conservation and Water Management Facilities in the Třeboň Basin Protected Landscap
Since the catastrophic floods which occurred in 1997, 2002 respectively, the State Nature Conservancy has been challenged by requirement for building new flood prevention, protection and control facilities also in the open landscape in the Czech Republic including the Třeboň Basin Protected Landscape Area (PLA), South Bohemia. Nature-based or close-to-nature flood prevention, protection and control measures are a priority for the State Nature Conservancy.
Two new Wetlands of International Importance (the so-called Ramsar Sites) have recently been designated in the Czech Republic: the Jizera River Headwaters and the Springs and Mires of the Slavkovský les Mts. In total, there currently are 14 Ramsar sites in the Czech Republic.