Implementation of the NBSAP
The main objective of the National Biodiversity Strategy of the Czech Republic adopted in 2005 was to create a document for biodiversity conservation in the Czech Republic that would be both intersectoral and interdisciplinary. The National Biodiversity Strategy of the Czech Republic was prepared with consideration given to implementing the EU Biodiversity Action Plan to 2010... More »
Actions taken to achieve the 2020 Aichi Biodiversity Targets
The agricultural sector has taken numerous steps in agricultural biodiversity conservation and sustainable use of its components. Measures (e.g., ecological agriculture production, integrated production, sustainable grassland management, growing of intercrops, management of mesophilic and hydrophilic meadows, enhancement of landscape connectivity in farmland) have been carried out in High Nature Value Areas... More »
Support mechanisms for national implementation (legislation, funding, capacity-building, coordination, mainstreaming, etc.)
The Czech Republic has a policy objective of supporting the certification process of forests within the Pan-European Forest Certification system. The National Forest Programme (NFP) is also in place.
National legislation linked to biodiversity conservation exists for different areas (e.g.
, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), breeding conditions, conservation of genetic resources of plants and microorganisms, invasive species, protection of nature and landscape, hunting and game-keeping, phytosanitary measures, fisheries)... More »
Mechanisms for monitoring and reviewing implementation
Freshwater quality monitoring is obligatory according to the EU Water Framework Directive (2000) and the National Water Act (2001). Almost 300 watercourse profiles and selected border streams are monitored 12 times a year according to various indicators. A wide range of organic substances and radioactive substances are also monitored... More »