The LIFE projects always include monitoring activities, aiming to monitor the actual impact of the project actions on (a) the target species and habitats locally towards the improvement of their conservation status, (b) the target species and habitats or even other regionally/nationally towards the improvement of their conservation status through replication and transfer of the applied methods in other areas, sectors and fields, (b) the local society and economy towards it becoming more sustainable and viable and (c) the ecosystem services towards the improvement of provisions in various levels to humans.
ACTION D1. MONITORING IMPACT OF PROJECT’S ACTIONS ON TARGET SPECIES AND HABITAT
The impacts of project actions on the target species and habitats, as well as, the replicability and transferability of the knowledge, experience and know-how gained through the implementation project actions to other sites/species facing similar conservation threats/problems are monitored.
ACTION D2. MONITORING OF THE SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE PROJECT ACTIONS
ACTION D3. MONITORING IMPACT OF THE PROJECT ON ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONS AND SERVICES