Many new contract and agreement options were implemented in each strategy plan. All four plans emphasize the need simultaneously to improve the status of biodiversity and rural life quality. Now it is up to Parliament to decide, is any of them suitable and will be as the guideline for the future, or even better, all of them will be combined for even more effective system for future.
EFFECT’S first policy impact: the Estonian case
News releases - 01/10/2019
With the active participation of our Estonian team, Estonian Environmental Ministry published four strategy plans for the Estonian Strategy Plan of Forestry by 2030.
Standardized response signatures of functional traits pinpoint limiting ecological filters during the migration of forest plant species into wooded corridors
Developing a new set of quantitative metrics to effectively measure the functionality of green lines as dispersal corridors for forest-dwelling plant species
Long-term effect of different management regimes on the survival and population structure of Gladiolus imbricatus in Estonian coastal meadows
Challenges and opportunities of coastal meadow restoration in a long-term, multi- target approach
Habitat and host specificity of epiphytic lichens in a rural landscape: cultural heritage habitats as refugia
The green desert created by the timber forest management is a threat for epiphytes biodiversity that may be partially overcome by exploiting cultural heritage habitats in rural landscapes