- Cave Administration
The Cave Administration of the Czech Republic manager in total 14 show cave systems and its Department of Cave Management carries out technical and expert activities in research, survey and registration including special projects and provides special services to other departments and external institutions. The Cave Administration of the Czech Republic has been not only continuing the implementation of the above tasks, but has also defined its aim to expand its research, survey and documentation activities in the karst and caves on the whole country.
- CENIA - Czech Environmental Information Agency
CENIA was established on 1 April 2005 by the transformation of the former Czech Environmental Institute, organisation acting under the auspices of the Ministry of the Environment. The objective of CENIA is to provide information on the environment enabling the public to get a comprehensive view of the condition and sustainability of the environment we live in.
- Czech Environmental Inspectorate
The Czech Environmental Inspectorate is a professional body of state administration, which is charged to supervise observing rules of law in the field of the environment. This body also keeps a watch on observing binding decisions of administrative authorities in the environmental realm.
- Czech Geological Survey
The Czech Geological Survey collects and assessed information about the geology of the Czech state territory and provides it to state authorities for their politic, economic and environmental decision-making. The main fields of expertise include geological mapping and research, study of mineral resources and their economic potential, mining impact assessment, geochemistry, environmental studies, applied geology, hydrogeology and natural hazards, geo-data management and GIS.
- Czech Hydromoteorological Institute
The Czech Hydromoteorological Institute is a central State institute of the Czech Republic in the fields of air quality, hydrology, water quality, climatology, and meteorology.
- Podyji National Park
Podyji National Park is representative of a well-preserved forest-valley in otherwise forest-free landscape in Southwest Moravia. A section of the river Dyje marks the border between the Czech Republic and Austria. Nationalpark Thayatal forms a protected area on the Austrian side of the valley and together with NP Podyjí forms a bilateral protected area.
- Silva Tarouca Research Institute for Landscape and Ornamental Gardening
The Institute's founding charter states a modern approach to the multi-disciplinary significance and influence of the horticulture field in the system of environmental protection and creation.
- State Environmental Fund of the Czech Republic
The State Environmental Fund of the Czech Republic, founded in 1992, is a major state institution of the environmental sector which is substantively contributing to investments aimed at protecting and improving the environment.
- Šumava National Park and Protected Landscape Area
Covering an area of 69 030 hectares, the Šumava National Park (NP) is the largest among the three national parks in the Czech Republic. Nevertheless, together with the area of 13 000 hectares of the neighbouring Bavarian Forest NP (since 1970) the Šumava NP covers only about 1/3 of the total area of the Šumava Mountains and the Bavarian Forest, forming together the largest forest complex in Central Europe.
- T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute
The Institute is involved in research of the state, use and changes of water ecosystems and their links in landscape, as well as of related environmental risks, waste and packaging management; expert support of water protection, flood prevention and waste and packaging management, based on the aforesaid research.
- The Bohemian Switzerland National Park
The Bohemian Switzerland National Park (Národní park České Švýcarsko) is the youngest national park in the Czech Republic (established on 1st January 2000) covering an area of nearly 80km2. The park on its northern side borders and is linked to the Saxon Switzerland National Park in Germany, which was established in 1990 and covers an area of 93 km2.
- The Krkonoše Mountains National Park
KRNAP / KPN - these are the official abbreviations of both national parks at Czech republic and Poland that together cover an area of about 425 km2 (KRNAP 370 and KPN 55). In 1986 the buffer zone of an additional 184 km2 of area around the Park of the Krkonoše Mts. was declared. The Administrations of both national parks with their seats in Vrchlabí and Jelenia Góra-Sobieszów were authorized to take over the responsibility for the fate of the wildlife and landscape in the Krkonoše Mts.