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https://doi.org/10.31298/sl.143.7-8.2

Nature conservation versus forestry activities in protected areas - the stakeholders’ point of view

Alessandro Paletto orcid id orcid.org/0000-0001-8708-3723 ; Research Centre for Forestry and Wood (CREA), Trento, Italy
Tomislav Laktić ; Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Water and Investments Directorate, Cohesion Policy Division, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Stjepan Posavec ; University of Zagreb, Faculty of Forestry
Zuzana Dobšinská ; Technical University, Faculty of Forestry, Department of Economics and Management, Zvolen, Slovakia
Bruno Marić ; University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Forestry, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ilija Đordjević ; Institute of Forestry, Department of Spatial regulation, GIS and Forest Policy, Beograd, Serbia
Pande Trajkov ; Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Faculty of Forestry, Department of Forest Management, Skopje, North of Macedonia
Emil Kitchoukov ; University of Forestry, Faculty of business management, Department of Marketing and Production Management, Sofia, Bulgaria
Špela Pezdevšek Malovrh ; University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Forestry and Renewable Forest Resources, Ljubljana, Slovenia


Puni tekst: engleski pdf 247 Kb

str. 307-317

preuzimanja: 541

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Implementation of nature conservation policy follows two main approaches: the segregation approach based on the spatially separation of protected areas from productive areas, and the integration approach based on the integration of productive and conservation purposes. In many cases, the implementation of nature conservation policy has increased conflicts due to different and competing land use principles, interests, and point of views.
The aim of this study is to analyse the stakeholders’ opinions towards possible conflicts, opportunities and obstacles for human activities, and constraints on forest management related to establishment of a new protected area. The study was structured in three main steps: stakeholder analysis, questionnaire survey, and statistical analysis of the collected data. A semi-structured questionnaire was administered by email to a sample of stakeholders in each county involved in the COST Targeted Network TN1401 “CAPABAL” (41 stakeholders in 10 countries). The data were statistically processed to highlight differences between EU28 member countries and non-EU28 countries, and among groups of interest (public administrations, actors of forest-wood chain, universities and research institutes, environmental Non-Governmental Organizations).
The results show that the most common type of conflict is that related to the procedure for the establishment of a new protected area with special regard to property rights restrictions and additional bureaucracy. In addition, the results show that the most important opportunity is for the rural development of the marginal areas with special regard to the eco-tourism development, while the most important obstacle is the decrease of forest management practices (loggings) due to the nature conservation constrains.
The stakeholders’ point of view is a fundamental starting point to reduce conflicts between nature conservation and human activities and to increase the social acceptance of the nature conservation policy.

Ključne riječi

protected areas, Natura 2000 network, participatory process, conflicts, consultation, questionnaire survey

Hrčak ID:

225320

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/225320

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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