Acta Univ. Agric. Silvic. Mendelianae Brun. 2013, 61, 699-709

https://doi.org/10.11118/actaun201361030699
Published online 2013-05-23

The analysis of the regional self-governing units forests in selected European countries

Barbora Lišková

Bílavsko 55, 768 61 Bystřice pod Hostýnem, Czech Republic

The article focuses on identification, analysis, description and comparison of the regional self-governing units (RSGU) forests in selected European countries. The analysis deals not only with forests in the ownership of basic regional self-governing units such as villages but also with forests of higher regional self-governing unit such as regions or federated states. The identification and description of this type of ownership is not overly published in the Czech Republic. The published foreign overall studies and summaries state mainly the division into forests in public and private ownership. This article is created on the basis of the selection of relevant information sources according to corresponding key words. The methods of analysis of available literary sources, conspectus, comparison and interpretation were used to deal with the topic. The quantity of information is higher and more available within basic regional self-governing units than with higher regional self-governing units. On the basis of obtained information it can be stated that the share of forest ownership in the observed countries varies ranging from zero share in the ownership to fifty per cent share in Germany.

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