In 1990-91 Georgian and German specialists arraised the question of forming National Parks equal to the International criterias.
It has been decided to establish Borjomi, Erusheti, Eastern Caucasian, Iori, Svaneti-Racha-Lechkhumi, Kolkheti and Achara-Guria-Imereti "Regional National Parks".
According to the decree of Georgian Cabinet of Ministres, auxiliary activities of formation of the protected territory systems were defined. The document forming Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park and its management plan was worked out with WWF's assistance.
Nowadays the management plan of the Eastern Caucasian and Iori highland's protected territories are under the development. With the support of the World Bank's Global Environment Fund, the activities for the establishment of the wetlands of International importance and protection of territories are ongoing.
From 1995 the programme against the pouching was inforced.
The existed protected territories (15 in all) will be inoculated and rejoined organicly and unchangely further to the modern International request equal System of reserves. For this reason, WWF assists to work out project on protected territories. It's aim is to restore and protect the unique rare and characterising ecosystems, flora's and fauna's natural origins, cultural areas, for the reason of economical, scientific, educational, recreative and natural resources national using policy implementation.
In March 7, 1996 Georgian Parliament declared the law on Protected Territories.
The main categories of the protected territories are: Reserve, Natural Park, Nature Monument, "Zakaznik", protected landscape, buffer (protective) zone, Biogeospheric reserve, Wetland of International importance (Ramsar).
In 1991 started the WWF Project GGooo2 Georgia - Ecological Educational Development Programme, the aim of which is to help the formation of Ecological points of the project and to establish ecological educational regional centres. In 1995 the first Ecocentre (4 more Ecocentres are expected to be established) started the to operate in Kazbegi.