Current practices in solving multiple use issues of Natura 2000 sites: Conflict management strategies and participatory approaches.
Findings of a European-wide review and five country studies
Rural topic(s): Civic dialogue, Civic engagement, local governance and dialogue
Date of publication: December 31, 2010
Author(s) of the document: ALTERRA
« This report presents the findings of a European-wide review and five country studies (Slovenia, Czech Republic, The Netherlands, France and Sweden) carried out to assess and analyse sources of conflict and the strategies that have been developed to resolve them.
It is part of a European Commission commissioned a project entitled “Dealing with Conflicts in the Implementation and Management of the Natura 2000 Network - Best Practice at the Local / Site Level”. The project reviews the experiences of the Member States in multiple-use, participatory management planning and conflict management relative to Natura 2000 sites. »
Keywords: participatory approach, conflict management