Pelc F. & Plesník J.: Nature Conservation Structure in the United States: Any Lessons Learnt for Eur
Since the late 1960s and early 1970s, the United States environmental protection efforts have been paying special attention to reducing environmental pollution affecting human health.
The article presents nature and threats to it in the Mamberamo region, located in the northern part of Indonesian Papua. The Mamberano River and its tributaries is a natural axis of the area covering the territory comparable with a half of the Czech Republi’s one.
In the Czech Republic, hundreds of educational trails were built during the past decades. Nevertheless, they are often developed by botanists or zoologists who consider any simplification of the expert/technical information towards making it more user friendly for the general public as being a no-no.
The Black Grouse (Tetrao tetrix) is a severely endangered species in the Czech Republic and its numbers decreased by 80% during the past 30 years (Fig. 1).
In the Czech Republic, about 250 crevice caves have been registered in geologically diverse bedrock. Cervices often resulted from gravitational movements of rock blocks along tectonic or non-tectonic fissures.
The article focuses on the judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union (Fourth Chamber) of 9 June 2011 (Case C-383/09, the Commission of the European Communities v. French Republic) related to the inadequacy of measures taken to effectively protect the European Hamster (Cricetus cricetus).
Vojar J., Doležalová J. & Solský M.: Brown Coal Spoil Banks – A New Opportunity (not only) for Amphi
Despite the ecological value of unreclaimed post-mining areas, in the Czech Republic, however, rigorous technical reclamation still prevails.
Maštera J.: Threatened Water Habitat in Commercial Forests. How to Manage Forests (not only) Amphibi
Threats to water habitats in forests have been recently increasing, particular due to the rapid development of current technologies and measures.
Bauer P., Stein K., Kopecký V. et al.: The Landscape Born from Sea – 40 Years since Establishing the
The sandstone landscape in northern Bohemia, also known as the České Švýcarsko/Bohemian Switzerland, was declared a Protected Landscape Area (PLA) in 1972.