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Parliamentary questions
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12 November 2018
E-005721-18
Question for written answer E-005721-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Anneli Jäätteenmäki (ALDE)

 Subject:  Managing populations of large wild animals in the vicinity of human settlements, and the Habitats Directive
 Answer in writing 

The framework and conditions for managing the number of large wild animals provided by our current legislation are not clear enough. This is evidenced by the Parliament’s numerous demands for further measures, for example in its resolution on an Action Plan for nature, people and the economy (2017/2819(RSP)).

In its written answer ENE-003130/2018, the Commission concluded that it will continue cooperating with the Member States to promote the implementation of the Habitats Directive. According to the Commission, this cooperation also includes measures to assist managing wolf populations.

What do the Commission’s measures mentioned above comprise?

How soon is the Commission planning to update its guidance on species protection, particularly in relation to the flexibility provided by the Habitats Directive, such as managing wolf populations in the vicinity of human settlements and livestock farms?

Original language of question: FI 
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