Habitat types range (Habitats Directive)
Type of resources
Contact for the resource
This dataset was reported by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg under the Habitats Directive for period 2007 - 2012. Article 17 requires Member States to report every six years about the progress made with the implementation of the Habitats Directive. As the main focus of the directive is on maintaining and/or restoring a favourable conservation status for habitat types & species of community interest, monitoring & reporting under the directive is focusing on that. Monitoring of conservation status is not restricted to Natura 2000 sites and data need to be collected both in and outside the Natura 2000 network to achieve a full appreciation of conservation status. Text taken from http://ec.europa.eu/environment/nature/knowledge/rep_habitats/index_en.htm This reporting obligation is an Eionet core data flow See also: http://wms.inspire.geoportail.lu/geoserver/ps/PS.ProtectedSitesNatureConservation-Habitats/wms?service=WMS&version=1.3.0&request=GetCapabilities
INSPIRE - Annex I Theme Protected Sites - NATURA 2000 - ZAC - Special Areas of Conservation - Habitats Directive
NATURA 2000 - ZAC - Special Areas of Conservation - Habitats Directive. Data transformed into INSPIRE data specifications on Protected Sites. Natura 2000 is a European Union-wide network of nature protection areas established under the 1992 Habitats Directive. The aim of the network is to assure the long-term survival of Europe's most valuable and threatened species and habitats. It is comprised of Special Areas of Conservation (SAC) designated by Member States under the Habitats Directive, and also incorporates Special Protection Areas (SPAs) designated under the 1979 Birds Directive. The establishment of this network of protected areas also fulfils a Community obligation under the UN Convention on Biological Diversity.