In 2006, building the first Czech scientific base in Antarctica was finished on the James Ross Island.
In 2000, a grazing management programme was introduced to maintain the species diversity in dry grasslands in the Specially Protected Areas within the City of Prague.
Turoňová D., Hamerský R. & Ondráček Č.: The Eastern Pasqueflower – A Slightly Optimistic State of th
The Eastern Pasqueflower, in North America also known as the Prairie Crocus (Pulsatilla patens) is a plant species threatened at the pan-European level. At present, it occurs at approx. 20 sites in the Czech Republic.
Both biological diversity and ecosystem services (ES) have become a key concept in nature conservation and landscape protection. ES are provided by ecosystems which are per se a specific level of biodiversity.
In 2011, the experts from the Department of Cave Management, Cave Administration of the Czech Republic found a place where a historically important document which had been considered lost or destroyed for more a century is archived.
Since 2012, the Nature Conservancy Agency of the Czech Republic (NAC CR) has been making agreements with landowners and tenants on management measures and subsidies to be paid to them for such measures.
Hlaváč V., Koubová M. & Neuwirthová H.: Protection of Birds against High Voltage Lines. Is There a S
The Czech Republic is cut across by 70,000 kilometres of high voltage overhead transmission and distribution power lines. The transmission system also includes more than 750,000 transmission towers and electricity pylons.
Doležalová J., Vojar J. & Solský M.: Using Natural Succession in Restoration of Areas Affected by Mi
The authors deal with reasons, why spontaneous vegetation succession has not been more significantly used in restoration practice in the Czech Republic.
Pořízek L., Smrž M., Drhovská L., Šenk R., Beran L. & Procházka J.: Mácha‘s Region – A New Part of t
In 2013, the Kokořínsko Protected Landscape Area (PLA) shall be declared again and renamed as the Kokořínsko – Mácha‘s Region PLA. Thus, the current PLA covering 272 km2 will be enlarged by additional 139 km2.