For a long time, nature conservation has had enough to follow the paradigm based on the assumption that nature means particularly absence of human impacts.
Act No. 114/1992 Gazette on the Protection of Nature and the Landscape, as amended later, allows in its Article 13 to establish a Temporary Protected Area (TPA)...
Because the approach of Building Offices in applying the relevant provisions of Act No. 183/2006 Gazette on Urban and Country Planning and Building Code...
The Orlické hory/Eagle Mts. Protected Landscape Area (PLA) was declared on the territory of 204 km2on December 28, 1969. Its administration is based at Rychnov nad Kněžnou.
The General Plan for Surface Water Accumulation Areas is considered to be an adaptation measure to climate change in water management in the Czech Republic.
In the Czech Republic as well as in Europe, river fragmentation is one of the significant drivers, threatening survival of fish species, dependent on migration. Particularly transverse barriers on water courses are physical obstacles partially or fully impending migration of water organisms.
When travelling in Central America, visitorsinteresting in nature should not omit Belize, situated on the eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula.
At present, actual and expected climate change has been no doubt one of the most debated global problems, may be also because we can contemporarily observe its impacts in various forms immediately around us.
The climate is a long-term characteristic weather regime, determined by the energy balance, atmospheric circulation, active surface characters and, recently, also human beings.
The regional scenario of climate change on the territory of the Czech Republic (Kalvová & Brázdil 1993) was the starting point for considerations on the effect of global climate change on the vegetation in the Czech Republic.