Priority actions for the environment and green spaces in the Brussels-Capital Region are highlighted in the Second Regional Development Plan, abbreviated PRD-GewOP (2002). This general framework is complemented by a number of more specific plans and programmes (for instance the management plan for the Sonian Forest), which have as objectives the protection and development of biodiversity by a management that is more respectful of nature and its cycles.
In application of a new global nature legislation (ordonnance du 1er mars 2012 relative à la conservation de la nature), the Brussels-Capital Region has adopted in September 2013 a project of regional nature plan.
The information contained in the following folders comes from the 5th National Report to the Convention on Biological Diversity (2014). It gives an overview of the main action plans linked to biodiversity in the Brussels-Capital Region.