Slovenia has ratified all the protocols to the Alpine Convention.
Since Slovenia is a centralised state, there are no federal legislations to compile but only the national one.
This law regualates the Triglav National Park. Article 13§13 states that on the territory on the park, it is not allowed to add chemicals or microorganisms to the water for the production of artificial snow.
This Regulation of the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food, which is composed of six Sections and 14 Annexes, lays down details on the register of agricultural holdings. The register keeps the information on common pastures and mountains, agricultural land use including hop, vineyards, plantations of strawberries, extensive orchards and meadows, production of olives and olive oil. In particular, the following information is included in the register on pastures and mountains: identification of pastures and mountains, names of pastures and mountains, information on facilities related to rearing of animals placed on pastures or mountains, the way of supplying electricity and water, information on the access to pastures and mountains, existence of electric shepherd, and number of permanent staff.
This law regulates the use of hiking trails in Slovenia.
This law regulates the profession of mountain guide in Slovenia.
This law regulates the protection, cultivation, exploitation and use of forests, and the use of forests as natural resources with the aim of ensuring their close-to-nature and multi-purpose management in accordance with the principles of protection of the environment and natural values, long-term and optimal working of forests as ecosystems, and enabling their functions.