|A chance for man and nature|
Protecting and preserving our common European natural heritage is one of the major challenges we are faced with in the 21st century. Even though much has been achieved with previous strategies against the extinction of species and the loss of habitats, such as the designation of nature reserves or statutory restrictions on use, the overall effect has been insufficient.
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Coordinated transnational protection measures covering large areas combined with a reorientation in land use is necessary for the long-term preservation of the diversity of European landscapes and of animal and plant species.