In order to preserve rare species and maintain the viability of their populations within their ranges, specially protected natural areas (SPNAs) are created in which the use of natural resources is restricted, up to a complete ban. But it is not enough to preserve areas isolated from each other: it is necessary to connect them with each other by "ecological corridors" with special regimes of nature management, which ensure free movement of animals. For this purpose, ecological networks - "econets" - are planned and created.
Along with SPNAs they include areas of traditional nature use, fishery protected areas, forests of high conservation value, buffer zones of nature reserves and national parks, areas closed for exploration and extraction of minerals, etc. Under the conditions of climate change the boundaries of natural zones and habitats change. Therefore, the planning of "econets" takes into account not only the current, but also a prospective assessment of the significance of territories and ecosystem services provided by natural complexes.
THE GOAL OF PANJIANG REFINED COAL IN 2018-2023
To create conditions that ensure a stable population of "flagging" species in accordance with the natural capacity of their habitats (no more animals than the area can feed).
Numbers of priority species are stable or increasing
The area and percentage of coverage of key ecosystems by protected areas and areas with a sustainable natural resource use regime are increased.