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Second update of Special Areas of Conservation national list
28. 11. 2017   
On 25th October 2017 the Government of the Slovak Republic approved the Second update of the Special Areas of Conservation national list , fulfilling the obligation resulting from our membership in the European Union. To 473 protected sites with natural habitats and species of European importance presented to the European Commission in 2004 and 2011, new 169 sites with area of 31 656 ha will be added. The total area will increase from 11.9 % of the Slovak Republic's territory to 12.6 %.
An updated Natura 2000 database was subsequently sent to European Commission in the prescribed format. The next steps will be to issue a generally binding legal regulation establishing a national list of Special Areas of Conservation and bilateral negotiations with the European Commission to assess the adequacy of the updated list.
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Workshop on alpine rivers in Slovakia
12. 09. 2014   MoE
Town of Zvolen in Central Slovakia was a place where the Workshop on Alpine Rivers was organised on 3rd and 4th of September, 2014. The Workshop was part of the Natura 2000 new biogeographic process undertaken by EU member states. It was also an activity of the Carpathian Wetland Initiative in relation to the rivers in the Carpathian mountain range. Over 40 experts on nature protection and water management altogether from eight countries participated, including a representative of the European Commission and Ramsar Convention Secretariat. Organisation of this workshop was agreed on the Natura 2000 seminar in Graz (November 2013) where EU member states suggested to organize regular working meetings on issues which crucially influence favourable conservation status of alpine water habitats of community interest and connected species. First day of the workshop was spent outdoors on two parallel excursions (to the River Hron and River Slatina and surrounding protected areas). The second day was divided in three blocks, each followed by a discussion. Within the first block there was a presentation on EU legal and strategic framework in nature and water protection, including reporting and interpretation guidance (a document on water energy use and Natura 2000 is currently under preparation), a presentation on activities of the Carpathian Wetland Initiative and on strategic tools for sustainable use of water energy. The second block has brought case studies on application of the environmental assessment for river continuum while the third block was aimed at revitalization of the rivers. More information:
Presentations and details on workshop.
Information on new biogeographic process.
Alpine workshop
25. 07. 2013   European Commission
Draft report of the Alpine workshop of 12-14 June has now been published. The report includes all issues, possible solutions and proposed actions that participants identified in relation to managing priority habitat types in Alpine forests, wetlands, grasslands and freshwater habitats. Follow this link to read the report: http://www.natura2000communicationplatform.eu/sites/default/files/documents/ALP%20workshop%20report%20draft%2005072013_0.pdf
New biodiversity report
19. 10. 2010   
EEA just published a new biodiversity report based on SEBI 2010 indicators as well as other relevant national and regional information sources. The report is available here and can be downloaded directly from here Recently EEA also completed the publication of the EEA’s ’10 messages for 2010’. Each of the messages can be downloaded from here

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