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Schleswig-Holstein

Nature conservation

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)

Service Description

The aim of nature conservation is to preserve or restore nature and landscape on the basis of their own value and as the basis of human life.

Since it is becoming increasingly clear that the loss and destruction of nature and landscape can also have serious negative consequences for humans, the aim is to restore, preserve and sustainably use the natural balance as well as to treat the landscape with care. Because of their importance in the ecosystem, but also because of their endangerment, the animal and plant species enjoy special protection.

Interventions in nature and landscape require the approval of the responsible nature conservation authority.


Who should I contact?

To the districts or independent cities (lower nature conservation authorities).

Legal basis
  • Act on Nature Conservation and Landscape Management (Federal Nature Conservation Act – BNatSchG),
  • Law on the Protection of Nature (State Nature Conservation Act – LNatSchG),
  • State Ordinance on the Competence of the Nature Conservation Authorities (Nature Conservation Competence Ordinance - NatSchZVO).
What else should I know?

Further information on the topic of "Nature Conservation in Schleswig-Holstein" can be found on the website of the Ministry of Energy Transition, Climate Protection, Environment and Nature of the State of Schleswig-Holstein (MEKUN).

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Who should I contact?

To the districts or independent cities (lower nature conservation authorities).

Legal basis

  • Act on Nature Conservation and Landscape Management (Federal Nature Conservation Act – BNatSchG),
  • Law on the Protection of Nature (State Nature Conservation Act – LNatSchG),
  • State Ordinance on the Competence of the Nature Conservation Authorities (Nature Conservation Competence Ordinance - NatSchZVO).

What else should I know?

Further information on the topic of "Nature Conservation in Schleswig-Holstein" can be found on the website of the Ministry of Energy Transition, Climate Protection, Environment and Nature of the State of Schleswig-Holstein (MEKUN).

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

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