Designating favourable conservation status

The favourable conservation status of a natural habitat or species has to be considered across its natural range, and at biogeographical and network level. Since, however, the ecological coherence of the network will depend on the contribution of each individual site to it and, hence, on the conservation status of the habitat types and species it hosts, the assessment of the favourable conservation status at site level will always be necessary.
Type Classification:
E: Emanations of other strategies