|Related Strategic Goals/Aichi Targets
|Raised public awareness on biological diversity and its values, the services provided by ecosystems and the steps to be taken for the protection and sustainable use of biological diversity.
|The values of biodiversity to be gradually incorporated into economic development policies on national and local level (poverty reduction, accounting systems, national and local development plans, etc.).
|To identify and eliminate incentives, including subsidies harmful to biodiversity and to introduce positive incentives for conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity assigned with the Convention and EU obligations.
|To establish management practices in forestry and agriculture that contribute to conservation of biodiversity and maintenance of ecosystem services.
|Pollution, including waste and excess nutrients, to be reduced to levels that are not harmful to biodiversity, ecosystems and the provision of ecosystem services.
|To develop and implement plans for sustainable production and consumption for use of natural resources within safe ecological limits.
|To create and establish appropriate policies for the evidence, control and protection from invasive alien species.
|To integrate measures for adaptation and mitigation of climate change and combating desertification.
|To prevent the loss, degradation and fragmentation of natural habitats of national and European importance.
|To increase the surface of protected areas to 15% including their functional connectivity (ecological network) and establish effective management of protected areas in collaboration with local communities.
|To determine the extent of threat of wild species in order to prevent the extinction of endangered species, and to improve and maintain conservation status, particularly of the species in decline.
|To improve in situ and ex situ protection of genetic resources of native species cultivated plants and domestic animals.
|To establish monitoring of biodiversity and natural processes.
|9, 11, 12, 13, 19
|To promote the protection of species and ecosystems on transboundary level through implementation of joint actions/measures.
|To improve the status of important ecosystems in terms of providing essential ecosystem services.
|To integrate requirements of Nagoya Protocol into national legislation to 2018.
|To encourage and financially support the research of all components of biodiversity, to establish and update the database on national level to better use and sharing of information on biodiversity.
|To preserve and promote traditional knowledge, innovations and practices in benefit of conservation and sustainable use of natural resources.
|To increase the level of investments and financing sources for biodiversity conservation from the central and local budget and other sources.