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After-LIFE Conservation Plans

At the end of their projects, all LIFE Nature beneficiaries are obliged to produce an After-LIFE Conservation Plan in paper and electronic format in the national language(s). An English version would also be useful (for international communication purposes) but is not obligatory.

It sets out how conservation activities are planned to continue and to develop after the end of the project, and how the longer-term management of the project site(s) will be assured. It should give details regarding what actions will be carried out, when, by whom, and using what sources of finance. The project’s importance in terms of its contribution to the Natura 2000 network must also be highlighted. Read more in the factsheet here or see the examples from LIFE projects below.

LIFE example: LIFE05 NAT/E/000073
Ecosystemic management of rivers with European mink (Spain).

Download: After-LIFE Conservation Plan
pdf(~495 KB)

LIFE example: LIFE02 NAT/GR/008497
Conservation of birds prey in the Dadia Forest Reserve (Greece).

Download: After-LIFE Conservation Plan
pdf(~205 KB)

LIFE example: LIFE04 NAT/FR/000080
Conservation of 3 cave-dwelling bats in Southern France.

Download: After-LIFE Conservation Plan
pdf(~5.45 MB)


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