ECOLOGICAL CONNECTIVITY PROTECTION ACCORDING TO THE EUROPEAN UNION AND POLISH LAW

Kamila Sobieraj, Piotr Zacharczuk

Abstract


The article presents the essential legal acts imposing upon the EU and Member States the obligation of ecological connectivity among the staging places of large migratory predators, which is necessary to assure the proper condition of those populations. It also undertakes the issue of the Polish system of legal regulations in that respect aiming at implementation of the international and EU obligations. The authors also intend to identify and systematize some barriers, which appeared in the practice of applying the regulations regarding protection of the ecological corridors. Elimination of those barriers may increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the system.


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