|Related Strategic Goals/Aichi Targets
|Stop the deterioration of the status of all species and habitats, especially those covered by EU legislation and achieve a significant and measurable improvement in their condition.
|Ensure that both general public and professionals are aware of the importance of biodiversity and the steps towards its protection and sustainable use
|By 2020, ensure the preservation of ecosystems and the enhancement of ecosystem services by means of green infrastructure and the restoration of at least 15% of degraded ecosystems.
|5, 8, 10, 14, 15
|By 2020, implement the measures of the Common Agricultural Policy that have positive effects on biodiversity at all cultivated areas so as to measurably improve the condition of species and habitat.
|Implement national programs of forest management so as to achieve a measurable improvement in the condition of species and habitats dependent on suitable forest environment and those, which are significantly affected by forestry practices, and to ensure a measurable improvement in the provision of ecosystem services in accordance with sustainable forestry practices as compared to the EU reference condition (2010)
|Ensure adequate protection for water and water- dependent habitats and species to achieve a good condition of aquatic ecosystems by 2020, and ensure that the development of aquaculture does not have adverse effects on aquatic species and ecosystems.
|5, 6, 7
|Ensure the reduction of negative effects of invasive species on biodiversity and ecosystems in Slovakia by 2020.
|Reduce the intensity of negative factors affecting biodiversity; finalize, for this purpose, an effective legal framework and tools ensuring compliance with relevant legislation, and ensure fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the utilization of genetic resources.
|2, 3, 4, 16
|Engage a wide range of stakeholders and establish or re-establish partnerships to support the implementation of the national strategy for biodiversity; promote education, training, research and participation.