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The conservation status of species in Slovenia indicates that more than 60% of the species does not reach the "favourable" status of conservation, as well as the trends are unfavorable.



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Figure NB11-1: Conservation status of species by biogeographical region
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Poročilo o stanju ohranjenosti vrst in habitatnih tipov po 17. členu Direktive o habitatih, Ministrstvo za okolje in prostor, Zavod RS za varstvo narave, 2008.
Note: The figures in brackets represent the number of species in each biogeographical region.

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Alpine (152) Continental (183)
Favourable number 35 33
Unknown number 33 35
Unfavourable - inadequate number 72 93
Unfavourable - bad number 12 22
Figure NB11-2: Conservation status of species by taxonomic group (combined for Alpine and Continental biogeographical region)
Sources: 

Poročilo o stanju ohranjenosti vrst in habitatnih tipov po 17. členu Direktive o habitatih, Ministrstvo za okolje in prostor, Zavod RS za varstvo narave, 2008.
Note: Figures in brackets represent the number of species in each taxonomic group.

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Favourable Unknown Unfavourable - inadequate Unfavourable - bad
Others (1) number 0 0 1 0
Vascular plants (39) number 19 2 13 5
Reptiles (17) number 2 1 9 5
Non-vascular plants (6) number 0 3 2 1
Molluscs (11) number 2 4 4 1
Mammals (43) number 13 20 9 1
Fish (30) number 0 1 27 2
Arthropods (40) number 5 5 20 10
Amphibians (15) number 0 2 13 0
Figure NB11-3: Frequency of pressures and threats
Sources: 

Poročilo o stanju ohranjenosti vrst in habitatnih tipov po 17. členu Direktive o habitatih, Ministrstvo za okolje in prostor, Zavod RS za varstvo narave, 2008.

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Actual pressures Future threats
Agriculture, Forestry % 53 71
Fishing, hunting and collecting % 22 18
Mining and extraction of materials % 7 7
Urbanisation, industrialisation and similar activities % 26 46
Transportation and communication % 16 34
Leisure and tourism % 16 21
Pollution and other human impacts/activities % 28 29
Human induced changes in wetlands and marine environments % 34 25
Natural processes (biotic and abiotic) % 23 25
Figure NB11-4: Comparison of the conservation status of species in Slovenia and Europe
Sources: 

Poročilo o stanju ohranjenosti vrst in habitatnih tipov po 17. členu Direktive o habitatih, Ministrstvo za okolje in prostor, Zavod RS za varstvo narave, 2008; SEBI, EEA & ETC/BD, 2008.

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Favourable Unfavourable - inadequate Unfavourable - bad Unknown
Slovenia number 41 98 25 38
Slovenia % 20 49 12 19
EU - 25 % 17 30 22 31

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