Rules concerning woodcare, wooduse, forest ranger, etc.
If plans or programs can affect the environment, this regulation orders an environmental impact assessment with public participation.
Regulations ensuring the public's right of access to information on the environment.
Law concerning the prevention and rehabilitation of environmental damages.
The objective of this law is to support tourism by creating tourism associations. In accordance to § 3 it is necessary to take into account the economic, social, cultural, ethical and ecological effects of tourism.
§ 3 of this regulation prohibits new exploitations of ski areas and other areas for sport and recreation.
This regulation restricts the construction of new golf courses and the expansion of existing golf courses. § 5 contains rules for protecting the nature.
Regulations on waste management. § 4 stipulates that waste management has to be organized in a way that toxic or adverse effects on human, nature, environment, landscape and townscape is avoided.
Alpine pastures are part of the man-made environment and the leisure landscape. This law contains rules for a sustainable and contemporary management of alpine pastures.
This law regulates the activity of mountain professionals, like mountain and ski guides in Tirol. In this respect special rules (security, authorization, training, etc.) apply.
This regulation completes the “Tiroler Bergsportführergesetz” and contains rules for mountain professionals.
Regulations on duties and competences of the mountain guardians in Tyrol.
Regulations on application of affluent sludge to agricultural soil. The objective of this law is to protect the environment, especially the soil.
Law to preserve and restore a healthy aquatic animal diversity as well as to sustain the basis for life of these animals.
This law contains instructions for hunt practice, including closed season.
The Hohe Tauern is a mountain range which includes Austria's highest mountain, the "Großglockner". The law aims at protecting the tyrolean part of this national park, for example by prohibiting the building of power plants or the use of hydropower. It also describes ways to support sustainable projects in the park.
Law on nature protection in Tyrol containing rules on the protection of nature as a basis for life of humans.
This regulation completes the „Tiroler Naturschutzgesetz 2005“ concerning protected animals and plants.
Regulations concerning the land use planning. The objective of this law – according to § 1 – is i.a. to protect nature, environment and cultural landscape.
This law contains rules concerning the mountain rescue service in Tyrol.
This regulation completes the „Tiroler Schischulgesetz 1995“ with rules for the education of ski guides.
This law regulates the functioning of ski schools in Tyrol: authorization, responsibility, qualification, etc.