Number 35, January 2014
Compared to seven years ago, there is now much greater recognition of the socio-economic value of nature in general and of the multiple benefits that Natura 2000 and Green Infrastructure, in particular, can bring to society. This will hopefully encourage policy makers to take greater account of both in their decision-making processes, and to make better use of the multiple assets they offer to promote a more integrated, inclusive and resource-efficient development process, in line with Europe's 2020 strategy.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Environment (European Commission) Themes: Environment policy and protection of the environment
- Subject: biodiversity, environmental policy, information, serial publication
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