Environmental protection in the Dolomites is a complex issue: some provinces have legal powers in this area, while others do not, and there are many different forms of protection. Of the area making up the nine systems of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, almost all (around 95%) is protected as it is within national, regional or provincial parkland or has a national monument or SCI/SPA status. The Parks belonging to the UNESCO Property are:Dolomiti Bellunesi National Park, Dolomiti d’Ampezzo Natural Park, Dolomiti Friulane Natural Park, Fanes – Senes – Braies Natural Park, Puez – Odle Natural Park, Sciliar – Catinaccio Natural Park, Tre Cime Natural Park, Paneveggio – Pale di San Martino Natural Park, Adamello Brenta Natural Park and the Bletterbach Natural Monument.
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